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Introducing the Directory Synchronization Client
Before you begin
LDAP filter for users, groups, and email
Multiple domains, dynamic distribution lists, and renaming groups
Basic directory synchronization steps
Installing the Directory Synchronization Client
Install Directory Synchronization Client software
Downloading the client software
Setting up the Directory Synchronization Client
Configuring log settings
Setting the LDAP search string
Setting up your cloud service connection
Creating and Modifying Configuration Profiles
Step 1: Starting your configuration
Step 2: Selecting your data source
Step 3: Configuring your LDAP server
Defining advanced LDAP server settings
Step 4: Setting up the LDAP search configuration
Search query filter
Defining mail attributes
Defining group attributes
Defining user attributes
Advanced user attributes
Step 5: Checking your search results
Step 6: Selecting groups for synchronization
Step 7: Setting up a data repository
Step 8: Optional settings
Notification settings
Step 9: Verifying your settings
Step 10: Setting up another synchronization type
Synchronizing with the Cloud Service
Performing a synchronization update
Replacing and refreshing data
Scheduling the synchronization process
Running the command-line synchronization client
Troubleshooting the synchronization process
Directory Synchronization Client Log Files
Standard Regular Expression Strings
Regular expression examples
Working with Java
Using Generic LDAP
Setting up the Directory Synchronization Client

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