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    Hi guys i got a question when i erase an account from my active directory wich was authenticated on zimbra it's also erased on zimbra? i did something like this with a Red Hat Directory on a Zimbra 4.5.9 i create an account on the Red Hat Directory with a password and account name, and i also have to create an empty account on zimbra configured to validate the user using Red Hat LDAP, it works fine but i have to create/delete accounts on both places so i can use this feature, is it the same with Active Directory???

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    Quote Originally Posted by danny.sierra@omtech.net View Post
    it works fine but i have to create/delete accounts on both places so i can use this feature, is it the same with Active Directory???
    Yes, it is. It's the same for an external authentication, they need to be created in zimbra as well. There's an RFE in bugzilla, if you search, to auto-provision users.
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    vote: Bug 7235 - Auto Provision New Accounts with External LDAP (of course obviously not for deletion of accounts)
    Last edited by mmorse; 11-23-2007 at 12:50 PM.

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