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DLP 11.6 LiveLdapLookup

Created: 05 Oct 2012 | 4 comments
Patrick Hahlweg's picture

Hi

i try to enrichment custom attributes by using the LiveLdapLookup. Pressing the Lockup Button results in a green bar, but no custom attribute is enriched.

I put all the information as new LDAP Plugin in the GUI.

in previous versions i have done with sucess, but never with 11.6.

my attribute mappings are:

attr.telephoneNumber = DC=area51,DC=e3ag,DC=net:(email=$sender-email$):telephoneNumber
attr.userPrincipalName = DC=area51,DC=e3ag,DC=net:(email=$sender-email$):userPrincipalName

My connection to the Ad is succesful, the cusom attributes are written correct. and in AD i have values defined.

 

doing the same search with other tools, return the correct user, so the query part should be ok.

is anybody here, which used this new way of define plugins in 11.6 and is using the LiveLdapLookup Plugin?

 

many thanks in advance for any help

 

kind regards

Patrick, Switzerland

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yang_zhang's picture

I think you need to define the Object Container on your serarch base.

According to your current configuration:

attr.userPrincipalName = DC=area51,DC=e3ag,DC=net:(email=$sender-email$):userPrincipalName

I think you need to change into:

attr.userPrincipalName = DC=area51,DC=e3ag,DC=net,CN=users:(email=$sender-email$):userPrincipalName

 

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Mike S.'s picture

I am having issues now also. Everything worked pre 11.6 and now all of my custom attributes are broken. I have a case open with Symantec now but it is not going smoothly.

DLP Solutions's picture

Patrick,

 

I am not sure if you understand how the lookup works.

attr.userPrincipalName - means that you have a Custom Attribute in the UI called userPrincipalName, I doubt that this is the case.

The attr.XXX is = to the Custom Attribute Name in your UI. THIS IS CASE SENSITIVE. Here is a typical one that I use.

Make your basedn in the Directory Connection to: DC=e3ag,DC=net

Then in the following lines change the dc=domain to DC=area51. This should get you there.

attr.Sender\ Email = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):mail
attr.First\ Name = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):givenName
attr.Last\ Name = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):sn
attr.Department = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):department
attr.Title = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):title
attr.Phone = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):telephoneNumber
attr.Location = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):l
attr.TempMgrDn = dc=domain:(|(mail=$sender-email$)(sAMAccountName=$file-owner$)(sAMAccountName=$endpoint-user-name$)):manager
attr.Manager\ Email = dc=domain:(distinguishedname=$TempMgrDn$):mail
attr.Manager\ First\ Name = dc=domain:(distinguishedname=$TempMgrDn$):givenName
attr.Manager\ Last\ Name = dc=domain:(distinguishedname=$TempMgrDn$):sn
attr.Manager\ Title = dc=domain:(distinguishedname=$TempMgrDn$):title
attr.Manager\ Phone = dc=domain:(distinguishedname=$TempMgrDn$):telephoneNumber
attr.Manager\ Office = dc=domain:(distinguishedname=$TempMgrDn$):physicalDeliveryOfficeName

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DLP Solutions's picture

Patrick,

 

If this works for you.. call it solved please.

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