MIS Systems Thread, SLG2 ADP in Technical; We have finally got our MOSS 2007 installed with a working SLG2 and i have just today went to add ...
23rd March 2009, 10:39 AM #1
We have finally got our MOSS 2007 installed with a working SLG2 and i have just today went to add in another staff user but could not for the life of me remeber how to get the users logon details.
i added the user by going into SIMS.net then Routines > Active Directory Provisioning > Provision Users > Staff > Add Staff
this added the user no problems, only problem i have is to find the users logon details to then consolidate them with their original AD account.
23rd March 2009, 10:45 AM #2
To get their details there are various reports that can be run, if you look in the appropriate focus categories.
Alternatively have a look at your AD, find the provisioned user in there (will most likely be under something like SLG -> School name -> Users) and just change their password. Then you'll be able to log in with that username and password, and drop in their normal network account credentials to consolidate.
23rd March 2009, 10:56 AM #3
okay i have had a look in AD and i am unable to find that user in the SLG OU, is there another way of doing it?
23rd March 2009, 11:08 AM #4
It will not appear until the next day once ADP Provisioning.bat has run over night. You can force it to happen now by clicking ADP Provisioning.bat on the SIMS Server's desktop.
Originally Posted by thesk8rjesus
23rd March 2009, 11:13 AM #5
okay looked on desktop and there isnt a ADP Provisioning.bat on there but in scheduled tasks i do have an ADPScheduledProcesses would that be the same?
Originally Posted by Quackers
23rd March 2009, 11:20 AM #6
That'll be similar at least. Manually run that task and the user should appear within AD inside of a few minutes.
23rd March 2009, 11:54 AM #7
okay i ran the Scheduled task and still there is nothing in the AD
23rd March 2009, 11:56 AM #8
In which case there may be something wrong somewhere in your ADPS. Might be worth logging a case with Capita to get them to look into it. Most ADPS problems turn out to be something simple.
Probably also worth having a look at the ADPS management page, that often helps. Or try restarting the SIMS ADP service on your ADP server.
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