Active Directory Users and the Groups the are Members of?

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    David Day

    I have added the member attribute for groups and the memberof attribute for users to get this information but according to the Sumo documentation the Security Groups to which the employee is assigned should have been pulled by default.

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    David Day

    I am now receiving the member attribute under Groups, however, I am still not seeing the memberof attribute under users.  I tried both memberof, and memberOf in the attribute list.  

    Again, this is supposed to be default data being pulled but cannot locate. 

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    David Day

    Figured it out.  My initial list of attributes was:

    member; memberof

    That pulled the members (member) of groups but not the groups that users were in (memberof), so I tried:

    member; memberOf

    Again, that pulled the members (member) of groups but not the groups that users were in (memberof), so I tried:

    member;memberOf

    As you can see the third time I removed the space after the semicolon in the list.  This worked and now when I look at the users I see the memberOf field with all groups that the user belongs to.

    I would still like to know why this information is not pulled with default settings as is stated in the Sumo Logic documentation.

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