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How deprovisioning work in IDB Plus?

Huu Tran 1 year ago in UNIFYBroker/Plus • updated by Curtis Lusmore 1 year ago 1

It is outgoing provisioning and deprovisioning: Locker-AD Link-AD Adapter - AD User Connector - AD OU

Assume that Locker has 2000 users and there are 3000 users in AD OU--> 3000 in AD Adapter.

After Import All in AD User Connector and Baseline Sync in AD Link, 1500 users in Locker join 1500 in AD Adapter.

In this case, 500 new users will be created in AD because of outgoing provisioning. How about 1500 not-joined users in AD, will they be removed due to outgoing deprovisioning?

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Hi Huu,

No, such entities shouldn't be deprovisioned during a baseline. A baseline effectively simulates a change to every entity on both sides of the link, but deprovisioning only occurs when an entity is removed from the source context (i.e. a change is registered against an entity that no longer exists in the context).

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Hi Huu,

No, such entities shouldn't be deprovisioned during a baseline. A baseline effectively simulates a change to every entity on both sides of the link, but deprovisioning only occurs when an entity is removed from the source context (i.e. a change is registered against an entity that no longer exists in the context).