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Viewing Active Directory Domains and Sit
Viewing Active Directory Domains and Sit
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Viewing Active Directory Domains and Sites

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  1. From the Grid tab, select the Microsoft Servers tab -> Active Directory Domains tab.
  2. Grid Manager displays the following information:
    • Name: The name of the Active Directory Domain. You can click the name to view the Active Directory Sites below it.
    • NetBIOS Name: The name returned in the NetBIOS format.
    • MS Sync Server: The Microsoft synchronization server that is associated with the Active Directory Domain.
    • Network View: The network view that is associated with the Active Directory Domain.
      You can do the following in the Active Directory Domains tab:
      • Sort the Active Directory Domains in ascending or descending order by column.
      • Use filters and the search function to look for specific values.
      • Export and print the information in the table.
  3. To view Active Directory Sites associated with an Active Directory Domain, click the domain name that is displayed as a hyperlink. The appliance displays the list of Active Directory Sites that are associated with the respective Active Directory Domain in the Active Directory Domains Home table.

You can do the following in the Active Directory Domains Home table:

    • Sort the Active Directory Sites in ascending or descending order by column.
    • Use filters and the search function to look for specific values.
    • Export and print the information in the table.

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Modifying Active Directory Sites and Net
Modifying Active Directory Sites and Net
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Modifying Active Directory Sites and Networks

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  1. From the Grid tab, select the Microsoft Servers tab -> Active Directory Domains tab and click respective Active Directory Domain name.
  2. In the Active Directory Domains Home table, select an Active Directory Site name and click the Edit icon, or click the Action icon Image Removed icon Image Added next to the respective Active Directory Site name and select Edit from the menu.
  3. In the Active Directory Site Properties editor, you can do the following:
    • Name: The name of the Active Directory Site. You can edit the name.
    • Networks: The networks that are associated with the Active Directory Site. You can click the Add icon to associate new networks with the Active Directory Site.
      To delete an associated network, select the check box adjacent to the network address, and click the Delete icon.

4. You can either click Save and Close or Save to save your settings. Click Cancel to close the editor without saving your settings

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Deleting Active Directory Sites
Deleting Active Directory Sites
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Deleting Active Directory Sites

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  1. From the Grid tab, select the Microsoft Servers tab -> Active Directory Domains tab and click the respective Active Directory Domain name.
  2. In the Active Directory Domains Home table, select an Active Directory Site and click the Delete icon, or click the Action icon Image Removed icon Image Added next to the respective Active Directory Site name and select Delete from the menu.
  3. The appliance displays a confirmation message. Click Yes to delete the sites or click No to cancel the operation.

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  1. Microsoft Servers tab: From the Grid tab, select the Microsoft Servers tab -> Active Directory Domains tab and click respective Active Directory Domain name. In the Active Directory Domains Home table, click the Action icon Image Removed icon Image Added next to the respective Active Directory Site name and select Move Networks from the menu.
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    IPAM tab: From the Data Management tab, select the IPAM tab, select networks that you want to move and click Move Networks from the Toolbar.
  2. In the Move Networks wizard, complete the following:
    • Destination Active Directory Site: Click Select Site to select the destination Active Directory Site. The appliance displays the Microsoft Sites Selector dialog box listing all the Active Directory sites in the Grid. It also displays the smart folders, if any. You can use the filter and Go to functions to find a specific Active Directory site. To select an Active Directory site, click the site name.
    • Networks: You can select networks that you want to move to another Active Directory Site.
      • Go to: Specify an IP address of the network that you want to move to another destination and click Go.
      • Click the Add icon to add networks. To delete a network from the list, select the check box next to the network and click the Delete icon.
  3. Click Move to move networks or click Close to exit.

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  • Only a super-user can move multiple networks to an Active Directory Site.
  • The destination site must belong to an Active Directory Domain that is synchronized in Read/Write mode.
  • The appliance assigns the destination Active Directory Site to a network in either of the following cases:
    • If the network is currently assigned to another Active Directory Site within the same Active Directory Domain.
    • If the network is currently not assigned to any Active Directory Site within the Active Directory Domain.
    • The Active Directory Sites associated with an Active Directory Domain is different from the destination Active Directory Site.

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Associating Active Directory Sites with
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Associating Active Directory Sites with Networks

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  1. From the Data Management tab, select the DHCP tab -> Networks tab.
  2. In the Networks section, select either IPv4 Network or IPv6 Network from the Add drop-down menu and complete the details as mentioned in Adding IPv4 Networks and Adding IPv6 Networks respectively, and complete the following to assign Active Directory Sites to networks:
    • No Active Directory Site: Select this if you do not want to associate an Active Directory Site with the network.
    • Assign these Active Directory Domains/sites: Select this to assign multiple Active Directory Sites to a network, but note that each Active Directory Site must be associated with a different domain. You cannot add an Active Directory Site, if you have already assigned a domain from the same Active Directory Site. When you select this option, the appliance enables the following:
      • Active Directory Domain: The Active Directory Domains that are synchronized from the Microsoft server. Click an Active Directory Domain that you want to associate.
        To search for a particular Active Directory Domain, specify the respective name and click Go.
      • Active Directory Sites: The Active Directory Sites that are associated with the selected Active Directory Domain. Click an Active Directory Site that you want to associate.
        To search for a particular Active Directory Site, specify the respective name and click Go.
      • Add >: Click this to add the selected Active Directory Sites to the network.
      • <Remove: Click this to remove an Active Directory Site, which you have already added, from the network.
      • <<Remove all: Click this to remove Active Directory Sites, which you have already added, from the list.
    • Assign the same domains/sites as the selected network: Click Select Network to assign Active Directory Sites, which are associated with the selected network, to the new network that you are configuring. Select a network from the Network Selector dialog box. The appliance displays the Active Directory Domains and Sites that are associated with the selected network, but you cannot make any changes and the fields are greyed out. Click Clear to clear the entry.

3. You can either click Save and Close to save the settings and close the wizard or click Save and New to save your settings and open a new wizard or click Cancel to close the wizard without saving your settings.

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Managing Extensible Attributes and Associated Networks

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  1. Grid: From the Grid tab, select the Grid Manager tab, and then select Grid Properties -> Edit from the Toolbar. Select the Microsoft Sync Settings tab in the Grid Properties Editor wizard and click the Advanced tab.
    Microsoft Server: From the Grid tab -> Microsoft Servers tab -> Servers tab, select a Microsoft server and click the Edit icon. In the Microsoft server editor, select the General tab and click the Advanced tab.
  2. Complete the following:

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    • LDAP timeout: Specify the LDAP connection timeout value. The default is 10 seconds. You can specify a value between one and 60 seconds.
      You can click Override to override the LDAP timeout value at the Microsoft server level. To inherit the settings from the Grid, click Inherit.

3. Save the configuration.

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Configuring Server Site Links
Configuring Server Site Links
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Configuring Server Site Links

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  1. From the Grid tab, select the Grid Manager tab, and then select Grid Properties -> Edit from the Toolbar.
    Microsoft Server: From the Grid tab -> Microsoft Servers tab -> Servers tab, select a Microsoft server and click the Edit icon. In the Microsoft server editor, select the General tab and click the Advanced tab.
  2. Select the Microsoft Sync Settings tab in the Grid Properties Editor wizard and complete the following in the Advanced tab:

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    • Default IP site link: Specify the default IP site link in the form of a string. The appliance does not validate it against the Windows server during configuration. The appliance displays an error message during synchronization, if the site link for IP does not match the configured name on the Windows server.
      You can click Override to override the default IP site link value at the Microsoft server level. To inherit the settings from the Grid, click Inherit.

3. Save the configuration.

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