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Quick question

If I have a OU structure that looks like this:

companyA\Windows10\1703
companyA\Windows10\1803
companyB\Windows10\1703
companyA\Windows10\1803

And I wanted to automate moving computers from 1703 to 1803 based on the AD attribute OS Version, so that 1803 computers that where placed in 1703 (or upgraded) would automatically be moved to the 1803 OU.

Would I have to create a scheduled task that included 2 rules (companyA move rule, and companyB move rule)?

Or could I create a more generic 1703 to 1803 move rule, that would ignore under which company it was, and move it to the correct 1803 OU based on where the computer object was already located?

Maybe i could use the %adm-ParentDN% template for this? Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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Hello,

What version of Adaxes are you currently using? To check that, do the following:

  1. Launch Adaxes Administration Console.
  2. Right-click your service.
  3. Click Properties in the context menu.
  4. Adaxes version is displayed on the General tab.
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Hi

I am running 3.9.15526.0

Do I need to update it?

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Hello,

I am running 3.9.15526.0

Thank you for clarifying. You can use a Scheduled Task like the following:

There is no possibility to have one set of actions and conditions as you need to explicitly specify the current and new location for the computer. For details on how to create Scheduled Tasks, have a look at the following tutorial: https://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_Automa ... gement.htm.

Do I need to update it?

It is totally up to you. We have recently released an update for Adaxes 2018.1 which includes bug fixes and other improvements. You can download it here.
Upgrade Instructions
What’s New

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Ok, thanks for the info!

Have a great weekend!

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