Version Affected: All
When setting up the Data Tab to talk to AD, you can specify the starting OU as the Connection String.
However, if you have several top level OUs, you will need to connect to the root of the realm.
The problem comes when there is a specific OU you wish to avoid.
The easiest option would be to remove the ability for the SecureAuth Service Account to see the OU.
If your AD already has granualar permissions setup, you can simply remove the "Read" permissions from the ACL.
If you are running the standard AD permissions, where all Authenticated Users have read access, you'll need to add a Deny Read permissions for the service account over the OU in question.
You need to be very careful when applying deny permissions in AD. Consult your internal AD expert before making these changes.
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