Network and Classroom Management Thread, Biostore to create AD Users in Technical; I'm looking for some help and guidance from anyone on here that uses Biostore as Biostore themselves don't seem to ...
19th August 2013, 12:03 PM #1
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Biostore to create AD Users
I'm looking for some help and guidance from anyone on here that uses Biostore as Biostore themselves don't seem to be any help whatsoever and there's hardly anything on their website.
Basically we want to know if Biostore can create AD accounts for users which it imports from our MIS. There seem to be options there under Active Directory for Create AD Users but it doesn't seem to do anything. The 'Sync Logon' feature tells me I'm not licensed to use it. The 'Sync AD' option tells me that "No AD Gateway has been found".
Under the licensing section it seems to say that we are licensed for: Active Directory Features: Export, Import, Creation and under Sync Features for MIS syncronisation & AD Syncronisation.
I spoke to Biostore who told me that they didn't think they could create AD users using Biostore but they weren't sure!
Does anyone use Biostore to do this?
19th August 2013, 12:25 PM #2
I think it is meant for the other way around. As in Biostore can link to your AD and create Biostore users from AD users.
19th August 2013, 12:29 PM #3
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CreateAD.JPGWhat I don't understand then is what this does in the attached screenshot. It quite clearly says 'Create AD Users' and gives you the option to specify what the username is.
19th August 2013, 01:13 PM #4
@markberry - I still think its for create users in Biostore. It may be poor use of english. It should say "Create Users from AD" possibly?
Thanks to fiza from:
markberry (19th August 2013)
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