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match users from edir group

Hello,

 

I am writing a policy to read members from group and match the members with users dn in a different ou.

For ex:-

ABC is group name and it has 5 users, I want to match the users from members with their dn in other OU via driver.

 

Let me know if this is confusing.

Thanks!

 

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Knowledge Partner
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Re: match users from edir group

So you would like to check the members of a group and ensure they are all in a specific OU?

 

You could parseDN all the Member attribute to get the OU, and then select all those who are not[text()="yourOUValue"] or somesuch.

 

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Starwars Regular Contributor.
Regular Contributor.

Re: match users from edir group

Thank you..Do you have any sample format?

 

I have searched and tried so many policies but no luck 😞 

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Starwars Regular Contributor.
Regular Contributor.

Re: match users from edir group

Hello,

 

Just to clarify something here, I'm trying to read users from dynamic group and here is my input I'm using [pseudo].Member and the output is blank it cant ready any members from that group.

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Re: match users from edir group

Access rights, maybe?
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https://www.is4it.de/identity-access-management
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Starwars Regular Contributor.
Regular Contributor.

Re: match users from edir group

Sure..Where do I check for that?

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