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Create a SharePoint Workspace user directory for Groove Server Manager

Groove Server 2010
 

Applies to: SharePoint Workspace 2010, Groove Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2011-08-05

This article describes how to create a Groove Server Manager domain member directory by assigning Active Directory forest members to a Manager server. Manager domain members can then be provisioned with managed SharePoint Workspace accounts. This integrated directory creation process involves the use of the Active Directory Users and Computers tool (ADUC) or the use of scripts that are included with Groove Server Manager.

You can also create a Groove Server Manager directory manually, via the Manager interface, as described in Manually creating a SharePoint Workspace user directory for Groove Server Manager. However, manual creation of a user directory is best suited for test installations or for organizations without an Active Directory system, than for enterprise-wide installations.

noteNote
You cannot manually add users to Manager server that is integrated with an Active Directory forest. In an integrated setting, SharePoint Workspace administration occurs through Active Directory, not the Groove Server Manager interface.

An Active Directory system that is set up to recognize a Manager server, lets you assign Active Directory forest members to a Manager server by applying an attribute that contains the fully qualified domain name of the Manager server to user objects in Active Directory. The Groove Server Manager Directory Integration service then queries the prepared Active Directory forest for users flagged with the name of a Manager server in the ManagerURI attribute, and imports the user information. In the resulting integrated system, the Directory Integration service queries the Active Directory forest periodically and synchronizes user object updates with Groove Server Manager.

This process can be applied to Active Directory forest members who are new to SharePoint Workspace and to those with existing unmanaged SharePoint Workspace accounts. For more information about converting unmanaged SharePoint Workspace accounts to managed accounts, see Migrating SharePoint Workspace users to Groove Server Manager.

In this article:

Before you use the procedures in this section, address the following prerequisites:

The following procedure explains how to use the Active Directory and Computers tool (ADUC) to assign Active Directory forest members to a Groove Server Manager system, for provisioning with a managed SharePoint Workspace account. For a description of the files referenced in this procedure, see the table of Groove Server Manager ADUC extension files, which follows the procedure.

For information about how to use Windows PowerShell or Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBS) scripts to perform this task, see Assigning Active Directory forest members to a Manager server via scripts.

To assign Active Directory forest members to a Manager server via ADUC
  1. Perform the tasks in Before you begin.

  2. Identify the Active Directory forest members that you want to include in the Groove Server Manager domain member directory. These members will become part of your managed SharePoint Workspace and deployment.

  3. Create a shared folder that has Change and Read permissions on the Domain Controller or on a computer that has the Active Directory User’s and Computer’s tool (ADUC) installed.

  4. Grant Change and Read permissions to the shared folder for anyone who will provision users to Groove. For example, you could grant Full Control for Domain Admins.

  5. If you are using Windows Server 2008 or later versions, set full trust to the share that you will use to run the ADUC tool as follows:

    First, use the .NET Code Access Security Policy Tool (Caspol.exe) to configure the security level of the network share. The Caspol.exe utility is installed with .NET and should be available on the local computer where you are installing the GrooveADUCExtension (in the \Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework directory).

    Then, configure the share from which the GrooveADUCExtension.exe runs by running the Caspol.exe utility with the following command line parameters:

    CasPol.exe -m -ag 1.2 -url file://<server>/<share>/* FullTrust

    noteNote
    If the share is located in the Internet security zone instead of Intranet, substitute 1.2 with 1.3 in the command line.

    For more information about the CasPol.exe tool, see the MSDN article, Code Access Security Policy Tool.

  6. From a command prompt on the Domain Controller, go to the \Tools\ADUCExtension directory and run RegisterGrooveADUCExtension.vbs, entering the destination folder in UNC format as follows:

    RegisterGrooveADUCExtension.vbs \\<server>\<share>\<folder>

    This copies the Groove Server Manager Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) extension (GrooveADUCExtension.exe) to the share that you created and registers the extension with Active Directory. You should receive a message that the extension was successfully copied and registered.

  7. Verify that the Groove Server Manager ADUC extension works correctly, as follows: start the ADUC tool, right-click on an Active Directory domain member name, select Provision to SharePoint Workspace from the menu, and then specify the Groove Server Manager fully qualified domain name in the Groove Server ADUC Extension dialog box.

    noteNote
    To unregister the Groove Server Manager ADUC extension from Active Directory, run the following script from the \Tools\ADUCExtension directory: UnregisterGrooveADUCExtension.vbs.
  8. To view and administer the newly added user directory in Groove Server Manager, open the administrative interface, expand the management domain in the navigation pane, and then expand Members. From here, you can click the new user group to view or distribute user policies and Relay server assignments, as described in Deploying policies to SharePoint Workspace users and Assigning Relay servers to SharePoint Workspace users.

The following table summarizes the files referenced in this procedure:

Groove Server Manager ADUC extension files

ADUC extension file Description

GrooveADUCExtension.exe

Runs the Groove Manager ADUC Extension for a selected Active Directory domain member, adding that member to a Groove Server Manager system that has been integrated with Active Directory. The Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) tool invokes this program when an administrator right-clicks on an Active Directory domain member and clicks Provision to SharePoint Workspace.

GrooveADUCExtension.intl.resources.dll

Contains Groove Server Manager ADUC Extension localized resources. This file is used by GrooveADUCExtension.exe.

RegisterGrooveADUCExtension.vbs

Copies the Groove Server Manager ADUC Extension to a network share or registers it in Active Directory for the current locale. This Visual Basic script is executed by an Active Directory administrator who also has Write permission to a specified network share. Running this program from the network requires setting full trust to the share on each server that will run this script.

UnregisterGrooveADUCExtension.vbs

Un-registers the Groove Server Manager ADUC Extension in Active Directory for the current locale.

Groove Server Manager provides eight Visual Basic Scripting Editing (VBS) scripts and 14 Windows PowerShell scripts to use as templates for assigning Active Directory members to a Groove Server Manager system (a Manager server), for provisioning with SharePoint Workspace accounts. The following procedure provides guidelines for using these scripts.

For information about integrating AD domain members via the ADUC tool, see Assigning Active Directory forest members to a Manager server via ADUC.

To assign Active Directory forest members to a Manager server via VBS or Windows PowerShell scripts
  1. Perform the tasks in Before you begin.

  2. Identify the Active Directory forest members that you want to include in the Groove Server Manager domain member directory. These members will become part of your managed SharePoint Workspace deployment.

  3. Review the tables in Script descriptions and examples to determine script suitability.

  4. To use Windows PowerShell scripts, make sure that the Windows PowerShell is installed on the computer that will run the scripts. You can download Windows PowerShell from the Microsoft Download Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=164750.

    noteNote
    To use VBS scripts, ensure that Visual Basic Scripting Edition is installed on your Active Directory server.
  5. Find the scripts that you need on the Groove Server Manager installation media in the \Tools path and run them as appropriate.

  6. To view and administer the new user directory in Groove Server Manager, open the administrative interface, expand the management domain in the navigation pane, and then expand Members. From here, you can click the new user group to view or distribute user policies and Relay server assignments, as described in Deploying policies to SharePoint Workspace users and Assigning Relay servers to SharePoint Workspace users.

Several tasks involved in integrating Active Directory with Groove Server Manager can be run from either Windows PowerShell scripts or Visual Basic Scripting Editing (VBS). But some tasks that run in one scripting language do not have equivalents in the other. The following table lists tasks and available scripts for each scripting environment.

For a description and examples of Windows PowerShell scripts, see Windows PowerShell script functionality and examples.

For a description and examples of and Visual Basic Scripting Editing (VBS), see VBS script functionality and examples.

 

Integration task Windows PowerShell (PS1) script Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBS) script

Assign existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group to a Manager server.

ProvisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Assign existing or intendedSharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container to a Manager server.

ProvisionOUGrooveManager.ps1

ProvisionUsersToServer.vbs

Assign an existing or intended SharePoint Workspace user to a Manager server.

ProvisionUserGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Assign existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users listed in an XML (or CSV) file to a Manager server.

tipTip
You can add users in a CSV file to Manager server by using the VBS script: ProvisionUsersFromFileToServer.vbs.

ProvisionUsersfromXMLfileGrooveManager.ps1

ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileToServer.vbs

ProvisionUsersFromFileToServer.vbs

Migrate SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group from their currently assigned Manager server to a new Manager server.

MigrateGroupGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Migrate SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container from their currently assigned Manager server to a new Manager server.

MigrateOUGrooveManager.ps1

MigrateUsersFromServerToServer.vbs

Remove the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from Manager server and deletes their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

DeprovisonGroupGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Remove the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from Manager server and their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

DeprovisonOUGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Remove the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users that are assigned to a specific Manager server. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from Manager server and deletes their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

DeprovisionSpecificGrooveManager.ps1

DeprovisionUsersFromServer.vbs

Remove the Manager server assignment for a SharePoint Workspace. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the user from Manager server and delete’s the user’s managed SharePoint Workspace account.

DeprovisionUserGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Display the SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group, together with their assigned Manager server.

ViewGroupGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Display the SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container, together with their assigned Manager server.

ViewOUGrooveManager.ps1

ListProvisionedServersForUsers.vbs

Display the assigned Manager server for a specific SharePoint Workspace user.

ViewUserGrooveManager.ps1

VBScript equivalent not available.

Display SharePoint Workspace users that are not assigned to a Manager server.

ViewUsersWithGrooveManagerNotAssigned.ps1

ListNonProvisionedUsers.vbs

Display the SharePoint Workspace users that are assigned to a specific Manager server.

ViewUsersWithSpecificGrooveManager.ps1

ListUsersProvisionedToServer.vbs

The following table provides describes the Windows PowerShell scripts that facilitate integration of Active Directory and Groove Server Manager, including functionality, syntax, argument, and examples. These scripts require the following:

  • Windows PowerShell 2.0 is required.

  • All arguments in the syntax are required.

  • Argument values must appear enclosed in quotation marks.

For information about the C# version of enumerating large groups, see Enumerating Members in a Large Group.

 

Windows PowerShell script Syntax, and examples

DeprovisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1

Removes the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from the Manager server and deletes their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

Syntax:

.\DeprovisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1 LDAPGroup GrooveManager Option

where

LDAPGroup = An Active Directory path that points to the LDAP group in which to start the search. For example, "CN=TestGroup,OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com"

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server from which to remove the users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Option = The collection of LDAPGroup members to remove, as follows:

  • 1 - All LDAPGroup members that are assigned to a specific Manager server.

  • 2 - All LDAPGroup.

Example 1:

.\DeprovisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=TestGroup,OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" 2

Example: 2

.\DeprovisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=ITPeople,CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" 1

DeprovisionOUGrooveManager.ps1

Removes the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from Groove Server Manager and deletes their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

Syntax:

.\DeprovisionOUGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

Example:

.\DeprovisionOUGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com"

DeprovisionSpecificGrooveManager.ps1

Removes the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users that are assigned to a specific Manager server. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from Manager server and deletes their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

Syntax:

.\DeprovisionSpecificGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot GrooveManager

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the group or OU in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server from which to remove the users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example 1:

.\DeprovisionSpecificGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

Example 2:

.\DeprovisionSpecificGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

DeprovisionUserGrooveManager.ps1

Removes the Manager server assignment for a SharePoint Workspace. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the user from Manager server and delete’s the user’s managed SharePoint Workspace account.

Syntax:

.\DeprovisionUserGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot sAMAccountname

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

sAMAccountname - The Active Directory user sAMAccountname.

Example:1

.\DeprovisionUserGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "jdoe"

Example:2

.\DeprovisionUserGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "jsmith"

MigrateGroupGrooveManager.ps1

Migrates SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group from their currently assigned Manager server to a new Manager server.

Syntax:

.\MigrateGroupGrooveManager.ps1 LDAPGroup GrooveManager1 GrooveManager2

where

LDAPGroup= An Active Directory path that points to the Active Directory group in which to start the search. For example, “CN=TestGroup,OU=Test,DC=contoso, DC=com”

GrooveManager1 = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server from which to migrate the users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

GrooveManager2 = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be migrated. For example, "grvsvr2.contoso.com".

Example:1

.\MigrateGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=TestGroup,OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" "grvsvr2.contoso.com"

Example:2

.\MigrateGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=ITPeople,CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" "grvsvr2.contoso.com"

MigrateOUGrooveManager.ps1

Migrates SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container from their currently assigned Manager server to a new Manager server.

Syntax:

.\MigrateOUGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot GrooveManager1 GrooveManager2

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager1 = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server from which to migrate the users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

GrooveManager2 = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be migrated. For example, "grvsvr2.contoso.com".

Example:1

.\MigrateOUGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" "grvsvr2.contoso.com"

Example:2

.\MigrateOUGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" "grvsvr2.contoso.com"

ProvisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1

Assigns existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group to a Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ProvisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1 LDAPGroup GrooveManager

where

LDAPGroup= An Active Directory path that points to the Active Directory group in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which group members will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:

.\ProvisionGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=TestGroup,OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

ProvisionOUGrooveManager.ps1

Assigns existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container to a Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ProvisionOUGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot GrooveManager Option

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users in SearchRoot will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Option = The collection of SearchRoot members to assign, as follows:

  • 1 - All SearchRoot members that are assigned to a specific Groove Server Manager.

  • 2 - All SearchRoot members.

  • 3 - All SearchRoot members that are not assigned to a Manager server.

Example:1

.\ProvisionOUGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" 2

Example:2

.\ProvisionOUGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com" 1

ProvisionUserGrooveManager.ps1

Assigns an existing or intended SharePoint Workspace user to a Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ProvisionUserGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot sAMAccountname GrooveManager

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test, DC=contoso,DC=com".

sAMAccountname - The Active Directory user sAMAccountname.

GrooveManager - The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which the user will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:1

.\ProvisionUserGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "jdoe" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

Example:2

.\ProvisionUserGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "jsmith" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileGrooveManager.ps1

Assigns existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users listed in an XML (or CSV) file to Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileGrooveManager.ps1 XMLFile GrooveManager

where

XMLFile - The XML-formatted file that contains the list of users to be assigned, as described in Manually creating a SharePoint Workspace user directory for Groove Server Manager. The file must contain the user’s full name and e-mail address.

GrooveManager - The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example1:

.\ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileGrooveManager.ps1 "c:\TestMembers.xml" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

Example2:

.\ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileGrooveManager.ps1 "d:\temp\MyDomainMembers.xml" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

ViewGroupGrooveManager.ps1

Display the SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory group, together with their assigned Manager server.

Syntax:

ViewGroupGrooveManager.ps1 LDAPGroup

where

LDAPGroup= An Active Directory path that points to the Active Directory group in which to start the search.

Example:1

.\ViewGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=TestGroup,OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com"

Example:2

.\ViewGroupGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=ITPeople,CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com"

ViewOUGrooveManager.ps1

Display the SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container, together with their assigned Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ViewOUGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test, DC=contoso,DC=com".

Example:1

.\ViewOUGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com"

Example:2

.\ViewOUGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com"

ViewUserGrooveManager.ps1

Display the assigned Manager server for a specific SharePoint Workspace user.

Syntax:

.\ViewUserGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot sAMAccountname

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test, DC=contoso,DC=com".

SAMAccountname - The Active Directory user sAMAccountname.

Example:1

.\ViewUserGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "jdoe"

Example:2

.\ViewUserGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "jsmith"

ViewUsersWithGrooveManagerNotAssigned.ps1

Display SharePoint Workspace users that are not assigned to a Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ViewUsersWithGrooveManagerNotAssigned.ps1 SearchRoot

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test, DC=contoso,DC=com".

Example:1

.\ViewUsersWithGrooveManagerNotAssigned.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com"

Example:2

.\ViewUsersWithGrooveManagerNotAssigned.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com"

ViewUsersWithSpecificGrooveManager.ps1

Display the SharePoint Workspace users that are assigned to a specific Manager server.

Syntax:

.\ViewUsersWithSpecificGrooveManager.ps1 SearchRoot GrooveManager

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test, DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager - The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server for which you want to display users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:1

.\ViewUsersWithSpecificGrooveManager.ps1 "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

Example:2

.\ViewUsersWithSpecificGrooveManager.ps1 "CN=users,DC=contoso,DC=com" "grvsvr.contoso.com"

The following table provides describes the Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBS) scripts that facilitate integration of Active Directory and Groove Server Manager, including functionality and Syntax.

 

VBS script Description and syntax

DeprovisionUsersFromServer.vbs

Removes the Manager server assignment for SharePoint Workspace users that are assigned to a specific Manager server. Removing the Manager server assignment from SharePoint Workspace users deletes the users from Manager server and deletes their managed SharePoint Workspace accounts.

Syntax:

cscript DeprovisionUsersFromServer.vbs SearchRoot GrooveManager

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server from which to remove the users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:

cscript DeprovisionUsersFromServer.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com" groovemgr.contoso.com

ListUsersProvisionedToServer.vbs

Displays the SharePoint Workspace users that are assigned to a specific Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript ListUsersProvisionedToServer.vbs SearchRoot GrooveManager

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server for which you want to display users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:

cscript ListUsersProvisionedToServer.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com" groovemgr.contoso.com

ListNonProvisionedUsers.vbs

Displays SharePoint Workspace users that are not assigned to a Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript ListNonProvisionedUsers.vbs SearchRoot

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

Example:

cscript ListNonProvisionedUsers.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com"

ListProvisionedServersForUsers.vbs

Displays the SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container, together with their assigned Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript ListProvisionedServersForUsers.vbs SearchRoot

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

Example:

cscript ListProvisionedServersForUsers.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com"

MigrateUsersFromServerToServer.vbs

Migrates SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container from their currently assigned Manager server to a new Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript MigrateUsersFromServerToServer.vbs SearchRoot GrooveManager1 GrooveManager2

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager1 = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server from which to migrate the users. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

GrooveManager2 = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be migrated. For example, "grvsvr2.contoso.com".

Example:

cscript MigrateUsersFromServerToServer.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com" groovemgr1.contoso.com groovemgr2.contoso.com

ProvisionUsersFromFileToServer.vbs

Assigns existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users listed in CSV file to a Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript ProvisionUsersFromFileToServer.vbs CSVFile GrooveManager

where

XMLFile - The CSV-formatted file that contains the list of users to be assigned, as described in Manually creating a SharePoint Workspace user directory for Groove Server Manager. The file must contain the user’s full name and e-mail address.

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:

cscript ProvisionUsersFromFileToServer.vbs file.txt groovemgr.contoso.com

ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileToServer.vbs

Assigns existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users listed in an XML file to a Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileToServer.vbs GrooveManager XMLFile

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

XMLFile - The XML-formatted file that contains the list of users to be assigned, as described in Manually creating a SharePoint Workspace user directory for Groove Server Manager. The file must contain the user’s full name and e-mail address.

Example:

cscript ProvisionUsersFromXMLFileToServer.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com" groovemgr.contoso.com file.xml

ProvisionUsersToServer.vbs

Assigns existing or intended SharePoint Workspace users in an Active Directory container to a Manager server.

Syntax:

cscript ProvisionUsersToServer.vbs SearchRoot GrooveManager

where

SearchRoot = An Active Directory path that points to the container in which to start the search. For example, "OU=Test,DC=contoso,DC=com".

GrooveManager = The fully qualified Domain Name of the Manager server to which users will be assigned. For example, "grvsvr.contoso.com".

Example:

cscript ProvisionUsersToServer.vbs "OU=UserAccounts,DC=contoso,DC=com" groovemgr.contoso.com

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