managed-groups update command lets you update an existing managed group.
This example updates a managed group with the ID
_1234567890 to include the name
prodops and the description
For ProdOps usage:
$ boundary managed-groups update -id _1234567890 -name "prodops" -description "For ProdOps usage"
$ boundary managed-groups update [options] [args] Please see the managed-groups subcommand help for detailed usage information. Subcommands: ldap Update an ldap managed group oidc Update an oidc managed group
You can update LDAP or OIDC managed groups.
boundary managed-groups update ldap command lets you update LDAP managed groups.
This example updates a LDAP managed group with the ID
acctldap_1234567890 to add the name
devops and the description
Ldap managed group for DevOps:
$ boundary managed-groups update ldap -id acctldap_1234567890 -name "devops" -description "Ldap managed group for DevOps"
$ boundary managed-groups update ldap [options] [args]
-description=<string>- The description to set for the LDAP managed group.
-group-names=<string>- The LDAP group names against which an LDAP account's associated groups are evaluated to determine membership. Boundary evaluates managed group membership when you log in. You can specify multiple group names.
-id=<string>- The ID of the LDAP managed group to update.
-name=<string>- The name to set for the LDAP managed group.
-version=<int>- The version of the LDAP managed group to update. If you do not specify a version, the command automatically performs a check-and-set.