Managing User Accounts Via LDAP → Mapping LDAP and SBM User Information
You can also map LDAP account attributes to a user's Contact record, if applicable. The mapping assignments defined on the User Map tab apply to importing and updating user accounts. For details, refer to Mapping LDAP Users and SBM Contacts.
To map LDAP user attributes to SBM user attributes:
LDAP User Attributes – Only LDAP attributes that contain values are listed for each sample user. For example, if a sample user account does not have a value for the Title attribute in LDAP, this attribute is not listed. For best results, select a sample user account that has values defined for all LDAP attributes you want to map to SBM user attributes. You can also click the Refresh LDAP List button to repopulate the Map LDAP User Attributes column with other LDAP user accounts. User accounts are listed based on the order they are stored in the LDAP directory.
SBM User/Contact Attributes – This column lists the following SBM user account attributes:
Four user account attributes (login ID, name, telephone, and e-mail)
All non-system, fixed-length Text fields in the Contacts table
The Companies system field from the Contacts table
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