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How to create existing NDS Users in DSfW

Hello NG

I installed an SLES10 Server with OES2 and DSfW in an existing Tree. Now i
need to create the existing NDS users to DSfW. How can I do this? Is there a
User Creation Tool for DSfW?
I mean, the user "john" exist in NDS but it was not created on DSfW because
he reside in a sub OU in NDS. Perhaps is this the problem. Now i need to
autocreate all these users in the DSfW


Somebody can help me to solve this?

Thanks
Ramon


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W_Prindl Absent Member.
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Re: How to create existing NDS Users in DSfW

See the docs - but in fact all your Domain users have to be inside of
the Domain. In fact you just have to move them into the Domain, to
enable the users for DSfW (and for ease of migration you could create
an alias in the original context). That's all, but there is also no
other way to achieve this.
--
W. Prindl


Ramon Lustrati wrote:

>Hello NG
>
>I installed an SLES10 Server with OES2 and DSfW in an existing Tree.
>Now i need to create the existing NDS users to DSfW. How can I do
>this? Is there a User Creation Tool for DSfW? I mean, the user
>"john" exist in NDS but it was not created on DSfW because he reside
>in a sub OU in NDS. Perhaps is this the problem. Now i need to
>autocreate all these users in the DSfW
>
>
>Somebody can help me to solve this?
>
>Thanks
>Ramon


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