This function allows you to copy users, groups and group memberships between user directories.
When to use
The function can be used in many migration situations where you need users and their group memberships to be avaliable in another user directory than earlier. For instance it can be used when phasing out using active directory and introducing Just-in-time provisioning to internal directory, or when phasing out just-in-time provisioning and introducing cloud user synchronization from SCIM.
The function can copy users in both active and inactive directories.This way the users can be copied first, and then when ready, the new user directory can be promoted with all the users ready to go.
Copy from one user directory from another
Passwords are not copied. We recommend that you set the “to directory” below the from directory in the user directory list before starting. Since passwords are not copied, users may otherwise not be able to log in using passwords.
The logged in username “admin” will not be copied to avoid potential password lockout.
If nested groups has been enabled in the User directory setup, all groups will be "flattened" and added to the user as Jira, Confluence, Bamboo, Bitbucket and Crucible does not support nested groups.
Do not copy users
If users already exist in 'to user directory' you can activate the switch “Do not copy users”.
Users will not be copied
Groups that do not already exist are copied
Existing users are assigned group memberships
Log output - copy operation
A summary of the copy operation is displayed when copying is complete.
Remove users in ‘to user directory’
We have added a funcion to remove users in ‘to user directory’. This function is initially hidden. Add ?showRemoveUsers=true to the URL and a button “Remove users in ‘to user directory’ becomes visible at the bottom of the page.