Exporting Objects to AD Using an Export Run Profile
You need to execute the export run profile.
The second step is executing the export run profile to get the data in to AD (the first step is in Recipe 23.17. In Recipe 23.1, refer to (9) in Figure 23-2, which shows the objects being exported to AD. (10) in the same figure shows the objects created in AD. Follow these steps:
User accounts in Active Directory may be flagged as disabled even though you think they should be active. Assuming you set the userAccountControl attribute correctly, the usual reason for this is that some other attribute has not been set correctly and Active Directory has disabled the account. For example, if you do not set a password on an account, Active Directory will disable the account.
By performing all the previous recipes successfully, you have provisioned user accounts from employee records in the HR Database to AD.
Recipes 23.1 and 23.17 for how to configure the run profile that was used in this recipe