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User Base DN set to root

Question asked by Pxq29xbhWZSWjAVokVsH996MxmP0VVIA9MwOwBFfocw= on Aug 29, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 30, 2016 by Pxq29xbhWZSWjAVokVsH996MxmP0VVIA9MwOwBFfocw=

Users are spread across multiple OUs in AD.

Instead of creating separate collectors for different OUs, I thought of creating a single identity collector for AD and provide the root (DC=<companyname>,DC=ae) in User base DN and filter users based on some attribute and collect

When I clicked on test in collector, I got root exception.


Is it required to give OU in User Base DN