ADAM-adsiedit / Add an OU?

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Raterus, Feb 15, 2006.

  1. Raterus

    Raterus Guest

    Hi,

    When I created my instance of ADAM, I allowed it to import all the LDF files available. I see the organizationUnit as an object in the schema, but when I go to ADAM-adsiedit, and bind to my partition, I right-click in the structure and hit "New Object", organizationUnit isn't there.

    Is there something special I need to do to make "organizationalUnit" show up in the object list. I've tried updating the schema from ADAM-adsiedit, to no avail.

    The weird thing is, I've installed other instances, and it was there!

    Thanks for any help,
    --Michael
     
    Raterus, Feb 15, 2006
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  2. Raterus

    Lee Flight Guest

    Hi

    you are probably hitting a containment constraint by default
    an organizationalUnit can be under

    country; organization; organizationalUnit; domainDNS;

    that being the systemPossSuperiors for the organizationalUnit classSchema
    object.


    Lee Flight

    Hi,

    When I created my instance of ADAM, I allowed it to import all the LDF files
    available. I see the organizationUnit as an object in the schema, but when
    I go to ADAM-adsiedit, and bind to my partition, I right-click in the
    structure and hit "New Object", organizationUnit isn't there.

    Is there something special I need to do to make "organizationalUnit" show up
    in the object list. I've tried updating the schema from ADAM-adsiedit, to
    no avail.

    The weird thing is, I've installed other instances, and it was there!

    Thanks for any help,
    --Michael
     
    Lee Flight, Feb 15, 2006
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  3. Raterus

    Raterus Guest

    Ahh, that makes sense now,

    I played around with a new partition "O=MyApp,C=US", and I could create OU's. Whereas the partition I had before was this, "CN=MyApp,O=MyOrg,C=US" didn't allow me to create them.

    Thanks Lee, I think I have it fixed now.
     
    Raterus, Feb 15, 2006
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