Gal Sync between exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007 – Part 2

This article is continuation of part 1 to configure Gal Sync between Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007.  Please refer this link before coming to part 2

3. Creating and Configure IIFP Management Agents

3.1. Creating and Configuring Red.com – GAL MA

1. Login to IIFP Server, open Identity Manager.

2. From the Tools menu, click Management Agents.

3. From the Actions menu, click Create.

4. In Management Agent Designer, in Management agent for, click Active Directory global address list (GAL) (from the pull down).

5. In Name, type “Red GAL MA” and click Next.

6. On the “Connect to an Active Directory forest” page, type the values for

7. Forest name = Red.com

8. User name = redgalsync

9. Password = xxxxx

10. Domain = Red.com

11. Click on options and clear the Sign and encrypt LDAP traffic check box and click Next

12. On the Configure Directory Partitions page, in Select directory partitions, select the only partition listed

13. Clear the Sign and encrypt LDAP traffic check box and select Containers

14. Clear the check box next to the directory partition to clear all organizational units under the directory partition

15. Select “Blue” and all other OU where users and DL accounts are based.

16. Click OK to and click Next

17. On the “Configure GAL” page click on Target container and select the “Contacts” OU which is under Blue OU and click on OK

18. Click on “Source” and select all the OUs where user’s mailbox and DLs are based and click on OK

19. Click on Edit under Exchange Configuration and add DNS suffix @blue.com and click on OK and click Next to continue

20. On the Select Object Types page, verify that the object types required for GAL synchronization are selected. Default settings are taken and Click Next.

21. On the Select Attributes page, verify that the attributes required for GAL synchronization are selected. Default settings are taken and Click Next.

22. On the Configure Connector Filter page, verify that the connector filters required for GAL synchronization are specified. Default settings are taken and Click Next.

23. On the Configure Join and Projection Rules page, verify that the four join and projection rules for GAL synchronization are specified. Default settings are taken and Next

24. In Configure Attribute Flow, verify that the five attribute flow mappings for GAL synchronization are specified. Default settings are taken and click Next

25. On the Configure Deprovisioning page, in Deprovisioning Options, verify that the Determine with a rules extension option is selected and click on Next

On the Configure Extensions page, in Assembly name, verify that the GALSync.dll file is specified and click on Finish

3.2. Creating and Configuring Blue.com – GAL MA

1. Login to IIFP Server, open Identity Manager.

2. From the Tools menu, click Management Agents.

3. From the Actions menu, click Create.

4. In Management Agent Designer, in Management agent for, click Active Directory global address list (GAL) (from the pull down).

5. In Name, type “Blue GAL MA” and click Next.

6. On the “Connect to an Active Directory forest” page, type the values for

7. Forest name = Blue.com

8. User name = bluegalsync

9. Password = xxxxx

10. Domain = blue.com

11. Click on options and clear the Sign and encrypt LDAP traffic check box and click Next

12. On the Configure Directory Partitions page, in Select directory partitions, select the only partition listed

13. Clear the Sign and encrypt LDAP traffic check box and select Containers

14. Clear the check box next to the directory partition to clear all organizational units under the directory partition

15. Select “Red” and all other OU where users and DL accounts are based.

16. Click OK to and click Next

17. On the “Configure GAL” page click on Target container and select “Contacts” OU which is under RED OU and click on OK

18. Click on “Source” and select all the OUs where red.com user’s mailbox and DLs are based and click on OK

19. Click on Edit under Exchange Configuration and add DNS suffix @red.com and click on OK and click Next to continue

20. On the Select Object Types page, verify that the object types required for GAL synchronization are selected. Default settings are taken and Click Next.

21. On the Select Attributes page, verify that the attributes required for GAL synchronization are selected. Default settings are taken and Click Next.

22. On the Configure Connector Filter page, verify that the connector filters required for GAL synchronization are specified. Default settings are taken and Click Next.

23. On the Configure Join and Projection Rules page, verify that the four join and projection rules for GAL synchronization are specified. Default settings are taken and Next

24. In Configure Attribute Flow, verify that the five attribute flow mappings for GAL synchronization are specified. Default settings are taken and click Next

25. On the Configure Deprovisioning page, in Deprovisioning Options, verify that the Determine with a rules extension option is selected and click on Next

On the Configure Extensions page, in Assembly name, verify that the GALSync.dll file is specified and click on Finish

4. Enable Provisioning

1. Open Identity Manager

2. From the Tools menu, click Options.

3. Under Metaverse Rules Extensions, ensure that the Enable metaverse rules extensions check box is selected.

4. In the box located next to Rules extension name, ensure GALSync.dll is present.

5. Select the check box next to Enable Provisioning Rules Extensions to enable provisioning rules extension to be used with the GAL synchronization management agent.

6. Click OK.

 

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