AnhTuan2903 Absent Member.
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Cell Manager Join Domain .

Hi everybody,

I have a bit issue about cell manager & domain

My Cell Manager install on window server 2012 R2 do not join Domain

My Client is Window server 2012 R2 join Domain .

When I add client is error

I want ask , Cell manager not join domain have add clien join domain ??

If no,  have document say about this issue ??

Thx everybody.

 

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ranjithpk Honored Contributor.
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Re: Cell Manager Join Domain .

can you please ping Cell manager from client and vice versa.

otherwise add hostnames in hosts file.

Regards,
Ranjith
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dimmm_2000 Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Cell Manager Join Domain .

This is a limitation for Windows OS.

From Installation Guide: Installing Windows Clients:

Limitations

Due to the security restrictions imposed by the Windows operating system, Installation Server can be used to remotely install clients only in the same domain.

So both IS and client have to be in the same domain.

What you should do is to install the client locally and Import it.

If you have many clients in the external domain you may want to install IS role on one of the clients and to import it as second Win IS and to add the rest of the clients using this IS.

Regards

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dimmm_2000 Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Cell Manager Join Domain .

And looking at the error messages you have provided wrong credentials so this is something different.

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