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Mark Reynolds 08-22-2012 08:31 PM

What to do about windows sync when AD entries move out of scope
 
On 08/22/2012 04:23 PM, Rich Megginson wrote:

On 08/22/2012 02:18 PM, Mark Reynolds wrote:



On 08/22/2012 04:09 PM, Rich Megginson wrote:

Let's say you have a windows sync agreement
AD: cn=Users,dc=example,dc=com
DS: ou=People,dc=example,dc=com

Let's say you also have another user container in AD:
cn=OtherUsers,dc=example,dc=com

Let's say you have a user in AD in cn=Users in sync with a user in
DS in ou=People.


What should happen if you move the user in AD from cn=Users to
cn=OtherUsers? Should DS "disconnect" the entry (i.e. remote the
ntuser attributes) so the entry is no longer in sync? Should
winsync do something else?
Is it feasible to "mark" the entry as moved, or placed it in some
kind of list, and then use a config option on whether to keep it in
sync or not?


When we receive the AD entry in a search request, we will know if
there is a DS entry with the same userid, and whether or not the DS
entry is in sync (i.e. has the ntuser attributes).


Not sure what you mean by "mark" - maybe add some sort of attribute to
the DS entry that says "hey, this entry has the same userid as an
entry in AD but the AD entry is out of scope of the winsync agreement
and/or the DS entry is not set up to be a winsync entry"?
Yes, exactly. Maybe something like: "winsyncPreviousScope: cn=People,
dc=example,dc=com"?




Conversely, what should happen if a user is moved from cn=OtherUsers
to cn=Users? Should DS treat it as adding a new user or "connect"
an existing user if the userids match?

Depending if it is "marked" or not, we would know what to do with it.


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Mark Reynolds 08-22-2012 08:33 PM

What to do about windows sync when AD entries move out of scope
 
On 08/22/2012 04:31 PM, Mark Reynolds wrote:



On 08/22/2012 04:23 PM, Rich Megginson wrote:

On 08/22/2012 02:18 PM, Mark Reynolds wrote:



On 08/22/2012 04:09 PM, Rich Megginson wrote:

Let's say you have a windows sync agreement
AD: cn=Users,dc=example,dc=com
DS: ou=People,dc=example,dc=com

Let's say you also have another user container in AD:
cn=OtherUsers,dc=example,dc=com

Let's say you have a user in AD in cn=Users in sync with a user in
DS in ou=People.


What should happen if you move the user in AD from cn=Users to
cn=OtherUsers? Should DS "disconnect" the entry (i.e. remote the
ntuser attributes) so the entry is no longer in sync? Should
winsync do something else?
Is it feasible to "mark" the entry as moved, or placed it in some
kind of list, and then use a config option on whether to keep it in
sync or not?


When we receive the AD entry in a search request, we will know if
there is a DS entry with the same userid, and whether or not the DS
entry is in sync (i.e. has the ntuser attributes).


Not sure what you mean by "mark" - maybe add some sort of attribute
to the DS entry that says "hey, this entry has the same userid as an
entry in AD but the AD entry is out of scope of the winsync agreement
and/or the DS entry is not set up to be a winsync entry"?
Yes, exactly. Maybe something like: "winsyncPreviousScope:
cn=People, dc=example,dc=com"?

I meant: "winsyncPreviousScope: cn=Users, dc=example,dc=com"




Conversely, what should happen if a user is moved from
cn=OtherUsers to cn=Users? Should DS treat it as adding a new user
or "connect" an existing user if the userids match?

Depending if it is "marked" or not, we would know what to do with it.


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