2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 6, 2013 9:58 AM by adminmorin

    Does anyone have a complete mapping list for User Import Tool

    adminmorin

      I am trying to add users to my domain and the biggest problem I have is with name mappings.  I am especially trying to find how to set the home folder drive letter and then the home directory path.  A full list of all the mapping would be wonderful and something that solarwinds should put out...  this would no doubt save lots of time on both their end as well as the end-users end.

       

      Thanks Tom

        • Re: Does anyone have a complete mapping list for User Import Tool
          cliton1981

          Tom, Could you help with screenshots on what you are trying to achieve ?

           

          Thanks

          Cliton

            • Re: Does anyone have a complete mapping list for User Import Tool
              adminmorin

              I finally found the list using other means.  Here is the list of crossover

              names when using csvde to get the info out for using your import utility.

              The names used to query data out of active directory to then build a file

              to be used my the Solarwinds import utility are different then the names

              you use for importing.  Here is the list I have so far:

              ou

              distinguishedName

              instanceType

              whenCreated

              whenChanged

              uSNCreated

              uSNChanged

              name

              objectGUID

              objectCategory

              gPLink

              dSCorePropagationData

              cn

              sn

              description

              physicalDeliveryOfficeName

              givenName

              displayName

              userAccountControl

              codePage

              countryCode

              homeDirectory

              homeDrive

              scriptPath

              pwdLastSet

              primaryGroupID

              objectSid

              accountExpires

              sAMAccountName

              sAMAccountType

              userPrincipalName

              lastLogonTimestamp

              memberOf

              badPwdCount

              badPasswordTime

              lastLogon

              logonCount

              msDS-SupportedEncryptionTypes

              lockoutTime

              lastLogoff

              logonHours

              telephoneNumber

              initials

              member

              groupType

              mail

               

               

              On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 11:44 PM, cliton1981 <