Configuring OUD to Support Multiple Enterprise User Security Domains

Configuring OUD to Support Multiple Enterprise User Security Domains

If your users and groups are stored in multiple domains, you must configure OUD to support multiple EUS domains. For example, a single OUD instance contains two EUS domains. One EUS domain stores users entries in Active Directory below cn=users,dc=ad1,dc=com. A second EUS domain stores user entries in a different Active Directory instance below cn=users,dc=ad2,dc=com. You must configure OUD to support each EUS domain.

To configure OUD to support multiple EUS domains:

  1. Configure OUD as if the primary domain is the single domain containing all your users and groups.

    In this example, the primary domain is dc=ad1,dc=com.

    Complete the tasks in 28.4 Oracle Unified Directory Used as a Proxy Server for an External LDAP Directory with Enterprise User Security

  2. Configure the secondary domain.

    In this example, the secondary domain is dc=ad2,dc=com.

    For this secondary domain, complete the steps in 28.4.1.1 User Identities in Microsoft Active Directory

  3. Create a new naming context for the EUS domain, which is dc=ad2,dc=com in this example.

    Complete the steps in 28.4.2.1.2 to configure Enterprise User Security for an existing Oracle Unified Directory Proxy Server instance.

  4. Update the Oracle context with the new naming context.
    1. Create an LDIF file.

      In the following myconfig.ldif example, make the following substitutions:

      • Replace dc=ad1,dc=com with the DN of your first domain.
      • Replace orclcommonusersearchbase with the users location in the secondary domain.
      • orclcommongroupsearchbase with the groups location in the secondary domain.
      dn: cn=Common,cn=Products,cn=OracleContext,dc=ad1,dc=com
      changetype: modify
      add: orclcommonusersearchbase
      orclcommonusersearchbase: cn=users,dc=ad2,dc=com
      orclcommongroupsearchbase: cn=groups,dc=ad2,dc=com
      
    2. Update OUD configuration using the LDIF file you created in step 4a.
      ldapmodify -h oudhost -p 1389 -D "cn=directory manager" 
      
      -w password -f myconfig.ldif
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