This is great, can you please advise the different use case as to where a potentially a customer would use this as opposed to the built in LDAP Sync?
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One of the main differences between the LDAP Sync and the new Connector client is that the LDAP Sync requires direct connectivity form the platform to your AD servers on your premises. So for Cloud customers that wanted to use the build in LDAP sync that required VPN connectivity or opening ports into the customer's network. This new utility run on one or more client on the customer's premises and exports the configured data and securely pushed the data to the cloud tenant not requiring any VPN connectivity between the customer's network and the HEAT Cloud..
For more info, please refer to the manual, also accessible via the AppStore.
Thanks Holger for the details as to what the connector does.
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great to hear...
we have two (next year maybe seven...) Domains. Is it possible to use the Ldap-Sync for our Primary Domain and your new tool for our secondary Domains? Primary and secondary Domains are completly divided, primary is a gov-net the others are Schools.
That should work fine !