You can import
user accounts and properties from a .csv file called a provisioning file, which
you can create manually. See
Provisioning file formats
for information on formatting provisioning files.
- If you are
importing users from an LDAP directory, use the domain name along with the user
name in the import file. For example, specify firstname.lastname@example.org. This syntax
prevents additional lookups that will slow the import speed.
- If importing
users to the XenMobile internal user directory, disable the default domain in
order to speed up the import process. You can reenable the default domain after
the import of internal users is completed.
- Local users can
be in User Principal Name (UPN) format, but Citrix recommends that you not use
the managed domain; for example, if example.com is managed, do not create a
local user with this UPN format: email@example.com.
After you prepare
a provisioning file, follow these steps to import the file to XenMobile.