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Re: User Synchronization vs. Reverse Replication - Adobe Experience Manager 14-06-2018
Do you think the Team will provide an answer eventually?

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Re: User Synchronization vs. Reverse Replication - Adobe Experience Manager 03-04-2018
Any chance your Eng team have had a look at this?

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Re: User Synchronization vs. Reverse Replication - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2018
Still no updates from your Team?Any comments to the ideas I sketched 2 weeks ago?

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Re: User Synchronization vs. Reverse Replication - Adobe Experience Manager 28-02-2018
Any updates from checking with the Team?​​We will soon be running out of time and simply resort to solving our challenges as best we can, but we would like to base on some sort of best practice guidance.Some of our current ideas a​re to:- Use User Synchronization exclusively (no Reverse Replication of users and groups)- Run scheduled jobs both on Author and a selected Publisher node (to be able to do Member data maintenance)- Create all groups for CUG directly on Publishers and export them back ...

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Re: User Synchronization vs. Reverse Replication - Adobe Experience Manager 19-02-2018
Through experimenting, I can see that the tunnel service allows Authors to see and manage users and groups on Publishers regardless of whether these are stored under /communities/ folder.However, Authors cannot create users or groups in different folders, and cannot really create CUG entities that are not related to Communities.I find it a bit confusing that Authors can see and manage these user types but not create them - and I still don't understand how to mix CUG sites and Community Sites (an...

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Re: Cron jobs for Users on Publisher - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2018
But as far as I understand all the documentation on AEM 6.3 (and especially Communities) you recommend User Synchronization for external users (members) in which case they are stored only on Publishers.Have I misunderstand the concept of the new User Sync feature?

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Re: User Synchronization vs. Reverse Replication - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2018
Thank you for the links - I have had a look at them, but I am afraid they do not describe what to do with the Closed User Group concept where authors want to create a new user group for specific members (not for communities) and use this user group as a restriction on some pages.How can we combine CUG concepts (that seem to be designed for Published users or Reverse Replication) with Communities (which rely on User Sync)?

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Re: Cron jobs for Users on Publisher - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2018
Yes - sorry if my question was a bit unclear.We are running a scheduler service on Author and are not sure how to handle jobs that perform management on external users (members) if these are only stored on Publishers.

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Cron jobs for Users on Publisher - Adobe Experience Manager 13-02-2018
We are currently looking into using User Synchronization instead of Reverse Replication.Currently we use Cron jobs on Author to email users and do other periodic management (like deactivating inactive users).How should we do such Cron jobs with USer Synchronization where external users are only present on Publishers?If we have to run Cron jobs on Publishers our authors will need extra access to monitor these (as well as appointing a master Publisher)Alternatively, can you use the tunnel service ...

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Community Member management from Author - Adobe Experience Manager 13-02-2018
Is there any way of restricting what access authors have to community members/groups through the tunnel service, or is it all or nothing?Would it be possible to use the tunnel service from your own code to develop more restricted author consoles?E.g. group membership management on community members for some authors, possibly only for sub-groups

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