LDAP intergration with Rooms
Just a quick question. Can the LDAP Basic connection to our AD show Computers in rooms based on their OU.
All of our Computers are under a "Computers" OU and then in a SUB OU depending on their location.
I have "configured" LDAP Basic and have selected the "identify computer locations via:" "Computer containers or OUs" option and set the Network backend object detection to LDAP Basic
and all the computers appear in a flat structure with each computer in its own room with the same name as the computer name.
Is there something that I'm missing?
Hi, I'm new with Veyon (being using iTalc until now).
I have the same configuration as you @Wosat . All the rooms appear in a flat structure, but not only that, if a OU is nested inside a parent OU, the computers of the child OU shows up two times: in the parent OU and in the child OU, but as you say, flat, without any tree structure.
So my question is the same, am I missing something?
Hi, I've just read in the Add-ons section of Veyon's web site:
"While the LDAP Basic plugin offers all functionalities required to integrate Veyon with LDAP/ActiveDirectory servers, it's however limited to a single server/domain and flat object hierarchies. The Veyon LDAP Pro add-on is able to fetch network objects from multiple servers/domains. Also location hierarchies in your LDAP directory (buildings, floors, rooms etc.) are represented 1:1 in Veyon Master. Especially central support teams for school districts love having all computers of all schools in one network tree."
Maybe that's the answer, change to LDAP Pro.