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Default Container and Category Settings for New Users

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When a new user endpoint is created, the platform applies an access control entry (ACE) to two of its containers, and populates specific categories in two other containers. This process is known as bootstrapping. The details of this process are described in this topic.

The federated and sameEnterprise ACEs are applied to the Public and Company containers.

Container (Container ID)

Initial setting

Public (100)

The federated access control entry (ACE) is applied to this container.

This container contains presence information accessible by contacts at businesses allied with the user’s company. By default, public internet cloud (PIC) users do not have access to this presence information in this container.

Company (200)

The sameEnterprise ACE is applied to this container.

This container contains presence information accessible by contacts within the user’s workplace.

A number of categories in the Public and Blocked containers are initialized as shown in the following table.

Container (Container ID)

Category

Initial setting

Public (100)

contactCard

Empty XML document for instances 1 and 2.

 

calendarData

Empty XML document.

 

note

Empty XML document.

Blocked (32000)

contactCard

Empty XML document for instances 1, 2, 3, and 4.

 

services

Empty XML document.

 

routing

A routing category instance that disables routing for blocked users.

The XML code for this category instance appears after this table.

 

calendarData

Empty XML document.

 

aggregateState

Offline (18500).

 

note

Empty XML document.

The routing category in the Blocked container is initialized as shown in the following XML code.

<routing name = “rtcdefault” version = “1”
  xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/02/2006/sip/routing”>
  <preamble xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/02/2006/sip/routing”>
    <flags name = “clientflags” value = “block”/>
  </preamble>
</routing>
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