Pruning cyclical group hierarchy: Active Directory [source] Warning

Hi,

When we try aggregate groups from Active Directory source we are getting the following warning:

warning

What is the reason for this warning? Is there a way to avoid this Warning message?

On an other side, when agregation task is finished , we note that 355 groups were deleted. Is there relation bettwen the warning message and the groups deleted?

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Thanks in advance

Looks like you are aggregating in duplicate security groups from Active Directory. You can try to bump up the delete thresh hold and/or determine the group that is being read in multiple times.

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Hey @ismaelmoreno1,

Thank you for posting your question. It looks like you might be having some cyclical dependencies ( i.e. like a group with in a group). Try to add this entry <entry key=“noGroupCycleDetection” value=“True”/? and then run aggregation. Let’s see if adding that will help to make the warning message disappear.

Also, here is an article that you may find useful: https://community.sailpoint.com/t5/IdentityIQ-Forum/Active-Directory-warning-Pruning-cyclical-group-hierarchy/m-p/177042#M141928

PATCH - {{api-url}}/beta/sources/{{sourceId}}

[
    {
        "op": "add",
        "path": "/connectorAttributes/noGroupCycleDetection",
        "value": true
    }
]

Make sure Content-Type is application/json-patch+json

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Thanks for helping out here, @tom_bui; I hope things are going well over at Splunk!

@ismaelmoreno1, please let us know if the above helps to solve your issue :slight_smile:

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I have marked this thread as solved. @ismaelmoreno1 please let us know if we can be of any further assistance to you; we hope to see you around the Developer Community more in the future!

Hi @michael.ellis
sorry for the delay to reply and try the tests. Finally the solution works
Thanks for all

Hey @ismaelmoreno1,

Thanks for circling back and letting us know; I am delighted to hear that the solution worked well for you. We hope you see more of you around the developer community in the future!