You can verify this information by running the “dsquery user” command, or by looking at the account properties.
The Display Name will be the login credentials used for Live Action, when LDAP authentication is enabled.
This is to ensure that key items (for example – alerting, device settings, etc.) are properly handled.Please see the user guide for more information about the different rule based access control privileges available for each user type.With the new 3-tier architecture of application, node, server in Live Action 4.0, what is the increase of latency given the new “extra hop” between the endpoint device and the head end server?How long does the node collector hold onto information before sending it up to the head end server?
Here are some questions that would help us get back to you quickly: For Example: If you see “CN=First Last, CN=Users, DC=company, DC=local”, your Base DN in Live Action should be “cn=Users,dc=company,dc=local”.Map user to cn, and the Base DN is everything in the dsquery output after “cn= With Active Directory LDAP, it is important to use the user’s Display Name, instead of the actual account name.
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