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Old 01-17-2018, 01:58 AM
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Hello everybody.
I have a problem connecting AADS (version 7.1.0.) To Active Directory (2012).
I need AADS for my Equinox clients (Windows), this should get their information via the AADS. This works synonymous already conditional, fixed data such as Sip-Address or Sip-Domain I enter in the AADS and these are retrieved.
Unfortunately, I can not query dynamic data such as extension or conference room.

Can someone explain or provide me with documentation on how to create the schema for AADS in the Active Directory (entries for extensions or moderators pin, etc.)?

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Jan
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Old 07-27-2018, 01:44 PM
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Hello everybody.
I have a problem connecting AADS (version 7.1.0.) To Active Directory (2012).
I need AADS for my Equinox clients (Windows), this should get their information via the AADS. This works synonymous already conditional, fixed data such as Sip-Address or Sip-Domain I enter in the AADS and these are retrieved.
Unfortunately, I can not query dynamic data such as extension or conference room.

Can someone explain or provide me with documentation on how to create the schema for AADS in the Active Directory (entries for extensions or moderators pin, etc.)?

Best regards
Jan
Jan ~ Did you ever get the information needed? I'm looking for the same thing.
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Old 07-31-2018, 06:19 AM
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AADS should be integrated not just with enterprise directory but also SMGR. In my experience, the SIP extension, password, and conference details came from SMGR and not natively from AADS.
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