Here I am creating an AD Endpoint and as a test, create a serviceable item which makes it possible to create an OU as vCAC user.
First the Endpoint.
Go to Administration > Endpoints and click the green “+”
Select the Active Directory Plug-in and click Next
Put in your AD details and click Add. If you intend to use SSL make sure your domain has a CA (Next > Next install on your DC will do it, example HERE.)
Now we got our AD Endpoint, time to test it.
Go to Advanced Services > Service Blueprints and click the green “+”
Under Workflow browse to Orchestrator > Library > Microsoft > Active Directory > Organizational Unit > Create an organizational unit and click Next
Give it a name and description and click Next
You will see the basic form
Next to the two text fields click the Edit button to rename the two labels if you want
When happy, click Next
Now we need to create a serviceable item so people can request it.
Go to Administration > Catalog Management > Services and click the green “+”
Give it a name and set the status to Activate, click Add
Click Manage Catalog Item
Click the green “+”
Select your newly created Service and click Add
Now add the item to the Entitlement of a user.
Click Administration > Catalog Management > Entitlements and edit the Entitlement of the user in question
Add the newly created service to the user and click Update
Click Update once you added the service / catalog item
To test, log in with the user you have added the Entitlement to
Under Catalog you can now see the newly created Service. Click Request
In my AD you can see that the default OU is called vCAC with currently no additional OUs
Give that request a name click Next
Enter the OU in question (here vCAC)
Enter the name of the new OU and click Submit
Now you can monitor the progress under Requests but of course also in your AD
Done. Here you can see that the NewTestOU has been created. This confirms that vCO with vCAC using the AD plug-in is working.