I just start with Rocket and I don’t know how to properly configure my filter to sync it with AD.
I have been using Spark until now. I had a group containing dozens of other groups from different containers, and my “Group Mapping” filter looked like this:
Worked perfectly. Spark mapped all that groups with members. I could share them for users.
But now it doesn’t work. With this filter Rocket import all users and puts everyone in every mapped room. You know what I mean? Excample:
CN=department_group,OU=technicians,OU=city1,DC=domain,DC=com < 4 users as members
CN=seller_group,OU=distribution,OU=city2,DC=domain,DC=com < 5 members
CN=testers_group,OU=implementation,OU=city3,DC=domain,DC=com < 1 member
All three groups are members of the group Spark_groups. I map all three LDAP groups in Rocket Channel map. And what did I get?
Channel Testers with 10 users,
Channel Seller with 10 users,
Channel Department with 10 users.
Channel Testers with 4 users,
Channel Seller with 5 users,
Channel Department with 1 users.
It works OK with:
But only for this one group.
Is it possible to set some sensible filter that will catch all containers?
Or do I have to copy group members to new groups in the same container and this is the only method? Example:
CN=CopyDepartment_group,OU=RocketChat,DC=domain,DC=com < 4 users as members
CN=CopySeller_group,OU=RocketChat,DC=domain,DC=com < 5 members
CN=CopyTesters_group,OU=RocketChat,DC=domain,DC=com < 1 member
Server Setup Information
- Version of Rocket.Chat Server: 3.3.3
- Operating System: Ubuntu 20 LTS
- Number of Running Instances: 1
- NodeJS Version: v12.14.0
- MongoDB Version: 4.0.19