How a User Group Becomes Unresolvable

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Unresolvable user groups are user groups that can no longer be found in the LDAP directory that was designated as their identity source.

A user group becomes unresolvable for any of the following reasons:

  • The user group is deleted from an LDAP directory.

  • The user group is moved.

  • The scope of the identity source is narrowed so that it no longer includes the user group.

  • The Search Filter of the identity source is modified so that it no longer contains the user group.

 

 

 

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