This is a simple guide on how to configure and use the Enterprise Import tool.
With the Enterprise import tool you can import existing Active Directory accounts, Microsoft Exchange mailboxes and more.. into SolidCP.
This guide assumes the following:
To kick off the guide we start with the easy bit:
Probably the most easy step is moving the existing OU users into the newly SolidCP created OU by the previous step.
Please be careful with this step if you applied any OU specific settings on your existing OU
Download the Enterprise import tool EQUAL to your SolidCP version at: http://installer.solidcp.com/Files/your version/Tools
Once you downloaded and unzipped the Enterprise import tool we can go ahead with the configuration file of the Import tool.
Open up the file "SolidCP.Import.Enterprise.exe.config"
Using the enterprise import tool comes with a few simple steps:
Once done verify in SolidCP Portal that they have been succesfully imported.. and your all done.
Please be careful using this tool. It can cause minor issues with SolidCP for the imported mailboxes due to Active directory variables.
We have seen this issue and it appears to be when querying the AD Microsoft has a malfunction on loading the LDAP request to get users. You need to manually remove the file named <domainfqdn>.sch from %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\SchCache\
Thankyou to Ingo Hill for providing this fix.
- Co-Founder and CEO of SolidCP.
- More then 15 years of experience with Windows high availability and Microsoft Exchange.
- More then 15 years of experience with Linux and Unix.
- Open source enthusiast and a large contributor for multiple Open Source projects including SolidCP.
- My current main focus of attention is Geo-Clustering and scaling.
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