As we all know you can create an Active Directory User account with RES Automation Manager. To perform this job, you’ve to create a Active Directory connector within RES Automation Manager. After this you can create a new module to create a Active Directory User account based on some parameters. Let’s have a closer look at this process.
1.) First of all create a Active Directory connector unther Datastore, Setup, Connectors
2.) Check the licensing overview to see the used licenses for this connector (32 licenses)
3.) The next step is to create a new module. New Module, Provisioning, Active Directory User, Create.
I’ve used the following parameters to fill in after running the module:
– User logon name: $[UserLogonName]
– First name: $[FirstName]
– Last name: $[LastName]
– Full Name: $[FirstName] $[LastName]
– Password: $[Password]
4.) Schedule this module
When you schedule this module, you’ve to fill in the parameters above, so User logon name, First name, Last name, Full name and password. I received an error after a few seconds: “No licensed connector found for RES-DC01”. Mmmm, that’s strange. I’ve succesfully created the Active Directory connector and it is licensed! The solution for this error message is the targetname in the connector. I’ve fill in a name easy to remember, but it must be the name of your domain controller.
After that, the job completed succesfully 🙂