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I have a question about Business Rule. Can it be triggered by the operation performed outside the Adaxes system (e.g. using ADUC)?

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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

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