I have a question about Business Rule. Can it be triggered by the operation performed outside the Adaxes system (e.g. using ADUC)?
No, Business Rules are triggered only if the operation is performed via:
- Adaxes Administration Console,
- Adaxes Web Interface,
- Adaxes ADSI Provider (scripts),
- Adaxes PowerShell module,
- Adaxes SPML Provider.
The new version of Adaxes (2011.3) includes a new feature called Scheduled Tasks. This feature can help you.
What's New: http://adaxes.com/info_whats-new.htm
All operations performed via Adaxes service are logged in the Service Log. You can view the log using Adaxes Administration Console. To find an initiator of an operation: Launch ... . Use the Group by drop-down to arrange log records by a certain column.
Hi, I recall reading in documentation that business rules will be triggered also if changes are made in AD MMC or powershell. Right now the rules are triggered when changes ... so would there be any way to have business rules triggered in these cases? Thanks
Hi, Not worked with Adaxes before and just as I joined company we've had domain migration in place. After migration, whenever we want to access Exchange properties of a user ... works fine across domain..? Any ideas, however basic they may be?? regards Robert
We are evaluating the product and would like to let users of AD to change password in self service page. We would like to set a 90 days change password policy, ... self service page? Is it achievable (with customization and batch program)? Thanks in advance.
My scheduled task currently: Checks for staff in a particular OU that do not have an O365 license Adds a license Resets their AD Password Moves them to an OU based off ... scheduled task moves them out of the OU that the business rule is looking at. Thanks