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Call Manager 6.1 with Microsoft Active Directory

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Hi, ,

This question is regarding Cisco Call Manager 6.1

I need to sync User phone numbers from Microsoft LDAP server!

Any advice or pointing towards some resources would be appreciated.
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Hello,

ok let me see how we did it in our ccmadmin:

point to system\ldap\ldap system

Enable Syn here
and select
LDAP Server Type: Microsoft AD
LDAP Attribute for User ID: telephoneNumber

Now, point to

system\ldap\ldap directory
Add a new server:
fill in the informations here
(all depens on your enviroment, so no hints for you here.

After adding it, locate the new generated entry and hit "perform full sync now" button

you can check the status of the syncjob as follows:

point to bulk administration\job scheduler

Check if the job is done

After that, verify the users, point to usermanagement\enduser

check users here, are they here?
if yes, sync is working.

HTH

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Thanks:)
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