When attempting to add a business unit as a trustee for a security role, it is not visible under the "Look in" drop down in the Assign Role window.
The behavior is by design. Business units do not have security IDs (SIDs) and, as such, cannot be used as trustees. As a workaround, if you are using Adaxes 2020.1 or newer, it might be possible to create rule-based groups whose membership rules match the membership rules of your business units and use the groups as trustees in your security roles. For information on how to manage rule-based groups, please, have a look at section Rule-based groups in the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_AutomatingDailyTasks_AddUsersToGroupsByDepartment.htm#dynamicgroups.
Hello - I have configured some custom property patterns for office location and Department and am seeing a drop down list when attempting to create a new user limited to the ... down list. Is this therefore only limited to some AD attributes and not others ?
We would like to have a report of not-disabled users and with user that have a exchange mailbox inside a business unit but for all business units. We now generate ... way to generate the diagramm chart automatically to show the user per business unit? Thanks
Dear Support, we try to use a "Custom Business Unit" in a "Property Pattern" for excluding OUs, but it doesn't works. We created a Business Unit called "Service OUs ... Membership Rules is the following filter set: Do you know whats wrong in my Business Unit?
I'm trying to schedule a report to look in a few specific OUs. Currently "Look in" location only allows for single instance or multiple drop downs. How do I schedule multiple OU locations without creating multiple reports?
The section is not defined in the available options in Adaxes and it is in the AD as well. Eg; I need to add a section called ' Security Access' and have it ... to select from options like User Directory, Internet access, Track-It account , SAP access etc.