And to Answer Anders Question, AFAIK OUs still cannot be security
To get around that, I have used IDM in the past to create groups to
mirror OUs with auto-membership for folks in that OU.
Again, that is because of the history of eDir.
Color me silly, but being able to do stuff based upon somoneone’s OU
just seems natural.
Most AD folks just don’t know what they don’t have until they see more
advanced systems in place.
On 1/9/2013 6:10 PM, Niels Poulsen wrote:[color=blue]
Anders Gustafsson wrote:
I have never seen an AD Tree that did not break users into OUs.[/color]
I have… But those were small shops. Also, OUs cannot be security
Me too. In system with just 50 users or so, I don’t think the admins see
it as that big an “issue” or they just don’t see the reasons why to create
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