I sync devices into IIQ with the Google Devices app. I have devices in the root OU in Google. The root OU is sometimes referenced by a “/” and sometimes by the domain name (rfschools.com, in my case).
- If I wanted to map an IIQ Location to the root OU, how would I write that? / or domain?
- If I map to the root OU and I have devices not otherwise named in an existing location mapping, do they get inherited by the root OU mapping or would they get the Default Location setting?
I’d test this buy I’d need to run full syncs and can only run 2 a day (it throws errors I assume are for too many API calls. I’m not sure).
As far as filtering, the root OU is referenced as a “/” and it inherits everything. If I use it in a filter against assets, it does nothing (all assets are shown with/without it). That means nothing for location mapping, but I just wanted to call out the behavior, as I could at least test it.