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UMRA: output xml file with variables

Integration with other applications can involve XML. A typical example is an application which monitors a specified folder for XML files and imports any file based on a specified naming convention.

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HR: match employees on user accounts

The basic challenge in matching any HR-system to Active Directory is finding the user account for every employee in HR. The best method of linking is to embed the employee ID or the social security number into the Active Directory user accounts.

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Beaufort: populate Active Directory attributes

When running Beaufort from RAET, you may want to populate attributes in your Active Directory, such as title, company, department, office, address, phone numbers, etc. These values can easily be extracted from Beaufort since they are related to every employee's contract or personal properties.

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Beaufort: recommended Active Directory layout for synchronization

When you run Beaufort from RAET as your HR system, you can keep your Active Directory in sync with new employees, changes to contracts and employees leaving the company. A recommended Active Directory layout for this type of HR system uses OUs per "organizational entity", which is the name of an organization layer such as department or location and is linked to every employee's contract.

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LDAP: accountexpires attribute values

Account expiration in Active Directory is represented by 2 values, accountExpires (ldap attribute) and AccountExpirationDate (ADSI method). The latter does an automatic conversion of the accountExpires attribute for you. The format of accountExpires is integer8 and has to be converted to a readable date/time. The number you see in AD is the number of 100-nanosecond intervals since 12:00 AM January 1, 1601. Possible default values:

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active directory , ldap