Modify Active Directory User Action
<AMMODIFYADUSER LDAPPATH="text" ACTION="text"
Enables, disables or renames an existing Active Directory user. This action can also be used to change the password of an Active Directory user.
Allows you to enter the LDAP path of active directory user you want to modify. You can also select user by clicking on Select User button. When you do, this launches a standard Windows Active Directory dialog box that allows you to select the user.
Allows you to enter the action you want to perform on the active directory user.
The available options are:
Enable- enables active directory user
Disable - disables active directory user
Delete - deletes active directory user
Rename - renames active directory user
Reset Password - resets active directory user's password.
Note: Only available if you select Rename option in Action combo box.
Allows you to enter the new name of active directory user.
Only available if you select Rename option in Action dropdown.
Allows you to enter the new password for active directory user.
Only available if you select Reset Password option in Action dropdown.
Click this to select the parent container from the domain.
Specifies the username of the Active Directory user
Specifies the password of the Active Directory user.
NOTE: Leave the Username and Password fields blank in order to use the logon user's credentials. If only accessing Active Directory information, then any Domain user is valid. However, a Domain Administrator is required in order to modify an Active Directory user or group. We recommend using the credentials of a Domain Administrator for all AutoMate Active Directory actions.
See the following link for more information about LDAP.
This action includes the Description tab for entering a custom step description.
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This action also includes the standard Error Causes and On Error failure handling options/tabs.
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All text fields allow the use of expressions, which can be entered by surrounding the expression in percentage signs (example: %MYVARIABLE%, %Left('Text',2)%). To help construct these expressions, you can open Expression Builder from these fields by pressing F2.
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<AMMODIFYADUSER LDAPPATH="LDAP://networkautomation.com/CN=AutoUser,OU=Development,OU=Network Automation Employees,DC=networkautomation,DC=com" ACTION="RESETPWD" NEWPASSWORD="Wonderland" />