It’s official: ACL is changing its name AND its spots.
I’ve claimed several times that ACL has left its first love (analytics) and doesn’t put enough work into their flagship product, ACL Analytics.
Correction: their FORMER flagship product.
At least they are publicly admitting it finally–they NO LONGER are an ANALYTICS company!
Today I was adding a new table to a scripted ACL project and kept getting an error.
This project automatically opens a folder on the LAN, reads the files in the folder, and loads all of them.
All I did was add one more file to the folder. ACL refused to load that one file.
Here’s a way to automate the download of data from Active Directory (AD), specifically group members, into ACL using adfind and the ACL Execute command.
I’ll walk you through it step-by-step.
This was posted before ACL released their own Active Directory driver, which I still haven’t figured out.
Even if you don’t use ACL, you might gain a better understanding of AD and LDAP in general….