On tis, 2012-02-14 at 17:50 -0500, Rob Crittenden wrote: > >>> > >> I don't think so, but can you provide some examples? > > > > If I understand the customers use-case correctly (and this is quite a > > disclaimer) they have _most_ of their users in one sub-tree in AD but > > also some users spread out all over the AD. > > So I gather that I really should sync the entire AD. Or that I > > _possibly_ could specify multiple sub-trees to sync, but still only on a > > subtree level and not individual users to sync. Or that I really should > > wait for the trust-to-AD feature to be ready... Is that correct? > > How would they identify which users they would want sync'd? Is this > something we'd be able to build a filter on (not that we actually > provide a configurable filter right now)?
I'll check that, but won't all of this become moot once we can trust an AD domain? If this filtering would become a show-stopper I'll get back to you, but if schedule permits, I'd rather wait for the trust feature rather then develop a new feature for this. -- David Juran Sr. Consultant Red Hat +46-725-345801
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