Adaxes allows you to specify which user account options are set by default when creating user accounts in Active Directory. The default account options determine which checkboxes are checked by default in the Account Options section on the user creation form. If a user account is created using a script or during data import and the Account Options (userAccountControl) property is not set, the default account options are applied.
To set default values for Active Directory object properties, you need to use Property Patterns. Adaxes provides built-in Property Pattern User Pattern that is by default applied to all user accounts. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Property Pattern to assign a default value for the Account Options property.
Launch Adaxes Administration Console.
Expand Adaxes service \ Configuration \ Property Patterns \ Builtin and select User Pattern.
In the section located to the right, click Add and select Account Options in the drop-down list.
Specify the default values for user account options and click OK.
Click Save changes.
By default, Property Pattern User Pattern is applied to scope All Objects.
This means that the same account options will be assigned by default to all users in all domains managed by Adaxes. If you want to apply different settings for different Organizational Units or domains, you need to create a separate Property Pattern for each OU or domain.
Right-click Property Patterns, point to New and click Property Pattern.
Enter a name for the new Property Pattern and click Next.
On the Object Type page, select User and click Next.
On the Configuration page, configure options for a property and click Next.
To define the scope of activity for the Property Pattern, click Add.
In the Activity Scope dialog, select the following items:
Group - select to apply the Property Pattern to members of a group.
Business Unit - select to apply the Property Pattern to members of a Business Unit. To select a Business Unit, open the Look in drop-down list and select the Business Units item.
You can exclude specific Organizational Units, Business Units, groups, and domains from the activity scope of the Property Pattern. For example, if you've assigned the Property Pattern over the whole domain, but do not want it to apply to a specific Organizational Unit, you can exclude the Organizational Unit from the activity scope. To exclude an object, select the Exclude option in the Assignment Options dialog box.
Click the object you want to exclude.
In the Assignment Options dialog, select the Exclude option.