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    Default ad integration with zimbra openldap - ou within ou using zmprov?

    Currently we have our Active Directory structured like this:

    Business
    - Sales
    - Disinformation
    Technology
    - Web Development
    - Engineering
    - Technical Support

    So the DNs in AD are like this:
    CN=Robert Novak, OU=Business, OU=Disinformation, DC=washingtonpost, DC=com

    It would be nice to match up the DNs, so they mirror our AD setup, so i tried it with zmprov like so:

    zmprov ca robert@washingtonpost.com password displayName "Robert Novak" ou Business ou Disinformation

    and that gave back no errors. When I look at the account through the admin web interface I see it doesn't list both OUs in the User Information.

    Probably the best way to check this out, is to do a ldapsearch as the zimbra user, but ... I'm not sure what to set as the -b param. any clues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justanotheruser View Post
    Currently we have our Active Directory structured like this:

    Business
    - Sales
    - Disinformation
    Technology
    - Web Development
    - Engineering
    - Technical Support

    So the DNs in AD are like this:
    CN=Robert Novak, OU=Business, OU=Disinformation, DC=washingtonpost, DC=com

    It would be nice to match up the DNs, so they mirror our AD setup, so i tried it with zmprov like so:

    zmprov ca robert@washingtonpost.com password displayName "Robert Novak" ou Business ou Disinformation

    and that gave back no errors. When I look at the account through the admin web interface I see it doesn't list both OUs in the User Information.

    Probably the best way to check this out, is to do a ldapsearch as the zimbra user, but ... I'm not sure what to set as the -b param. any clues?
    I think this bug addresses your issue: http://bugzilla.zimbra.com/show_bug.cgi?id=13672
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