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To create a list of groups larger than the maximum configuration key size of 1,000 characters, additional configuration keys can be added for the "group-list-override".  Each new key created in the format below can store an additional one thousand characters.
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To create a list of groups larger than the maximum configuration key size of 1,000 characters, additional configuration keys can be added for the "user-source.group-list-override".  Each new key created in the format below can store an additional one thousand characters.
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated ([@,@]) or pipe ([@|@]) separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".   You can also include AD Org Units, see below for the how to format Org Unit names.
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated ([@,@]) or pipe ([@|@]) separated. e.g. [@Group0001,Group0002,Group0003@].   See below for formatting required to add Org Units or for adding a "group-list-override" greater than one thousand characters. 
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3@].
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@Group0001,Group0002,Group0003@].
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'''Group List Override Greater Than 1000 Characters'''

To create a list of groups larger than the maximum configuration key size of 1,000 characters, additional configuration keys can be added for the "group-list-override".  Each new key created in the format below can store an additional one thousand characters.

[@Key@] / ''Value'' Pair\\
[@user-source.group-list-override.1@] / e.g. ''Group0001,...,Group0099''\\
[@user-source.group-list-override.2@] / e.g. ''Group0100,...,Group0199''\\
[@...@]\\
[@user-source.group-list-override.X@] / e.g. ''[=GroupXXXX,...,GroupXXXX=]''\\\

To add one or more of these new configuration keys do the following:

# Open the [@Config editor (advanced)@]
# Enter the name of the key in the [@Name@] field (See above for syntax for new group-list-override keys)
# Enter up to 1,000 characters in the [@Value@] field
# Select [@Add@]

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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. PaperCut expects the Org Unit names in a particular format as follows:
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain Organizational Unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. PaperCut expects the Organizational Unit name in a particular format as follows:
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. Few examples are listed below:
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. PaperCut expects the Org Unit names in a particular format as follows:

  <domain>/org/unit/name

Few examples are listed below:
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   yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU  -  It will only display groups under "Sub Import OU".
  yourdomain.
com/Users - It will only display groups under "Users".

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   yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU
  yourdomain.com/Users

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   yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU".
  yourdomain
.com/Users then it will only display groups under "Users".

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   yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU  -  It will only display groups under "Sub Import OU".
  yourdomain.com/Users - It
will only display groups under "Users".

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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. Few examples :
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. Few examples are listed below:
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]].
For example,
  yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU  then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU".
to:
If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]]. Few examples :

 
yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU".
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]].
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit.  You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]].
For example,

   yourdomain.com/Import OU/Sub Import OU  then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU".
  yourdomain
.com/Users then it will only display groups under "Users".

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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[here|
https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html]]
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If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html| here]].
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!! Option 1 - Manually list the set of groups
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!! Option 1 - AD Group Organizational Unit Filter

If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@. Information on how to use a config editor is given [[here|
https://www.papercut.com/products/ng/manual/sys-mgmt-config-editor.html]]

!! Option 2
- Manually list the set of groups
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!! Option 2 - AD Group Organizational Unit Filter

If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.

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First option is to configure it to manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
to:
To work around this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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 To enable this work-around do the following:
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To enable this work-around do the following:
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-> To enable this work-around do the following:
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 To enable this work-around do the following:
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-> Now you can test this setting out:
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Now you can test this setting out:
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-> The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3@].
->You will also notice a warning message at the top of the page that reminds you that this option is
->currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."



->[-'''Important''': If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
to:
The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3@].
You will also notice a warning message at the top of the page that reminds you that this option is
currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."



[-'''Important''': If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
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!! AD Organizational Unit Name Format
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'''AD Organizational Unit Name Format'''
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To work around this problem, there are two configuration options. The two options are listed below:

*
First option is to configure it to manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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To work around this problem, there are two configuration options.

!! Option 1 - Manually list the set of groups

First option is to configure it to manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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!! AD Group Organizational Unit Filter
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!! Option 2 - AD Group Organizational Unit Filter
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* AD Group Organizational Unit Filter
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!! AD Group Organizational Unit Filter
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-> * First option is to configure it to manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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* First option is to configure it to manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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1) A configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.

To enable this work-around do the following:
to:
-> * First option is to configure it to manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.

-> To enable this work-around do the following:
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Now you can test this setting out:
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-> Now you can test this setting out:
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3@].
You will also notice a warning message at the top of the page that reminds you that this option is
currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."



[-'''Important''': If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
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-> The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3@].
->You will also notice a warning message at the top of the page that reminds you that this option is
->currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."



->[-'''Important''': If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
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!!! AD Group Organizational Unit Filter

There is another alternative to work around this issue. If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
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* AD Group Organizational Unit Filter

If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
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!!! AD Group Organizational Unit Filter
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To work around this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
to:
To work around this problem, there are two configuration options. The two options are listed below:

1) A
configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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There is another alternate to solve this issue. If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
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There is another alternative to work around this issue. If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
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There is another alternate to solve this issue. If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
to:
There is another alternate to solve this issue. If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @@user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
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There is another alternate to solve this issue. If you are using Active Directory, you can set the config key @user-source.ad.group-ou-filter@ to only display groups under a certain organizational unit. For example, if you set it to "myorganization.local/Import OU/Sub Import OU", then it will only display groups under "Sub Import OU". You can change the value of a config key via @@Options -> Config Editor@@.
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To workaround this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
to:
To work around this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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At larger sites, they can have a very large number of groups, for example, at one of the PaperCut sites they have over
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Larger sites can have an enormous number of groups, for example, one PaperCut site has over
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To workaround this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
to:
To workaround this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc. to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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[-Keywords: browser, large AD, large groups, many groups, delays, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers, LDAP -]
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[-Keywords: timeout, time out, browser, large AD, large groups, many groups, delays, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers, LDAP -]
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[-Keywords: browser, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers, LDAP -]
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[-Keywords: browser, large AD, large groups, many groups, delays, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers, LDAP -]
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. [@My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3@].
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe [@|@] separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".  You can also include AD Org Units, see below for the how to format Org Unit names.
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated ([@,@]) or pipe ([@|@]) separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".  You can also include AD Org Units, see below for the how to format Org Unit names.
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".  You can also include AD Org Units, see below for the how to format Org Unit names.
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe [@|@] separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".  You can also include AD Org Units, see below for the how to format Org Unit names.
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[-Note: If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
to:
[-'''Important''': If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
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[-Note: If you have groups already entered in the interface, make sure they appear in your list.  This key overrides/replaces any of your existing groups settings.-]
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''Categories:'' [[Category.Users|+]]
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".  You can also include AD Org Units, see below for the how to format Org Unit names.
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[-Keywords: browser, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers-]
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!! AD Organizational Unit Name Format

When entering a "group" override list, you may also use Active Directory Org Units.  PaperCut expects the Org Unit names in a particular format as follows:

  OU:<domain>/org/unit/name

The name must be prefixed with the with [=OU:=] which indicates to PaperCut that this is an AD Org Unit and not a normal group.  Some examples include:

  OU:yourdomain.com/Users

  OU:anotherdomain.com/Staff

  [=OU:domain.com/DivisionA/Staff=]


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[-Keywords: browser, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers, LDAP
-]
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currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."
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currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."


[-Keywords: browser, hundreds, thousands, container, org unit, containers-]
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selecting groups to add to PaperCut using the application web interface unusable. To workaround this problem, there
is a configuration setting that can be made, where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory
to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available
Groups
window.
to:
selecting groups to add to PaperCut using the application web interface slow or unusable.

To workaround this problem, there is a configuration setting that can be made where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory, LDAP, etc to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available Groups window.
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. "MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3".
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. "MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3".
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. "My_Group1, My_Group2, My_Group3".
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# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups.
The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3
to:
# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups. The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. "MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3".
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3.
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The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. "MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3".
June 07, 2010, at 01:23 AM by Tim - add text about the overriding group list option
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(:title Manually Overriding the Group List :)

At larger sites, they can have a very large number of groups, for example, at one of the PaperCut sites they have over
250,000 groups! When there are so many groups, the PaperCut window for choosing which groups to add to PaperCut
can take a very long time to retrieve the information from the Active Directory and can actually time out. This can make
selecting groups to add to PaperCut using the application web interface unusable. To workaround this problem, there
is a configuration setting that can be made, where one can manually list the set of groups. Once this configuration is set, PaperCut will no longer query Active Directory
to retrieve the list of groups but will rather use the list specified in the configuration settings to populate the Available
Groups window.

To enable this work-around do the following:
# Login to the system as an administrator (e.g. the built-in admin account).
# Navigate to the Options section.
# Click on the "Config editor (advanced)" link in the Actions list on the left.
# In the quick find, enter part of the config key, "override", and press GO.
# Locate the required key, "user-source.group-list-override" and enter a new value for the list of groups.
The list of groups can be comma separated or pipe "|" separated. e.g. MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3
# Press the Update button to the right to apply the change.

Now you can test this setting out:
# Navigate to the Groups section.
# Click on the "Add/Remove Groups" link in the Actions list on the left.
The available list of Groups should now have your list from above: e.g. MyGroup1, MyGroup2, MyGroup3.
You will also notice a warning message at the top of the page that reminds you that this option is
currently enforced: "The list of group names is not sourced from the operating system, but from the config key 'user-source.group-list-override'."

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