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I have multiple domains for Production, qa, stg and dev

I have the IP ranges configured on one probe.  I am unable to discover any servers that are not in the Production domain.  Is there a restriction that limits a probe to a single domain?

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Re: I have multiple domains for Production, qa, stg and dev

I have not had any responses to this.  maybe I need to phrase the question better.  If I have multiple AD domains do I need to have a probe for each domain or will a single probe handle multiple domains.

The Production domain is: trtc.com  The probe is a member of this domain

the QA Domain is:  trtcqa.com  The probe is not a member of this domain.

The Dev Domain is:  trtcdev.com  the probe is not a member of this domain

The credentials for the various domains are all configured in "Domains and Probes" under "default domains"

Do I need to add another domain other than the default?

 

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Re: I have multiple domains for Production, qa, stg and dev

The probe don't care as long as connectivity is available across the windows domains..

You will likely need credentials for each Windows domain.

The UCMDB default domain only applies to UCMDB 

 

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