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Active Directory connection in NetIQ Analyzer

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How to create Active Directory Connection profile in NetIQ Analyzer. Where do we get required jar for activedirectory to connect with Analyzer

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Re: Active Directory connection in NetIQ Analyzer

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I am pretty sure the AD connection in Analyzer is meant to point at either an LDAP source to import, or else at an AD Remote Loader, configured as an IDM driver would be configured.

 

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Re: Active Directory connection in NetIQ Analyzer

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I am pretty sure the AD connection in Analyzer is meant to point at either an LDAP source to import, or else at an AD Remote Loader, configured as an IDM driver would be configured.

 

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Re: Active Directory connection in NetIQ Analyzer

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Geffrey right: AD connector in Analyzer really is not more than "LDAP connector".

You can import data thru LDAP or you can import data from CSV (flat text) connector

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Re: Active Directory connection in NetIQ Analyzer

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Alex, Alex, Alex.  Of course Geoffrey Right. It is my middle name.  🙂

 

Hope all is well with you.

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Re: Active Directory connection in NetIQ Analyzer

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 Thank you all for the response. Let me try importing using LDAP Connector and check.

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