asabadin Absent Member.
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Scan.....nothing to add

Greetings,

Just installed v 2.0.2.1 in an AD environment.

I assume it's some sort of rights issue and more so the proxy user.

When I try and do a scan and add a target, the only server I see is itself.
Administration-identity systems has the correct domain and have select the server I want for the rebuild, which I've done.
The identity systems show the domain, but no proxy credentials........however it is authenticated??
I've tried resetting the proxy password, but throws error "failed to update proxy account domain\nfrproxy when updating the identity system"

Any ideas as to what I'm doing wrong??

Thanks in advance......
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NSRDevelopment Absent Member.
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Re: Scan.....nothing to add

On 6/3/2014 12:46 AM, asabadin wrote:
>
> Greetings,
>
> Just installed v 2.0.2.1 in an AD environment.
>
> I assume it's some sort of rights issue and more so the proxy user.
>
> When I try and do a scan and add a target, the only server I see is
> itself.
> Administration-identity systems has the correct domain and have select
> the server I want for the rebuild, which I've done.
> The identity systems show the domain, but no proxy
> credentials........however it is authenticated??
> I've tried resetting the proxy password, but throws error "failed to
> update proxy account domain\nfrproxy when updating the identity system"
>
> Any ideas as to what I'm doing wrong??
>
> Thanks in advance......
>
>

asabadin,

Is the nfrproxyrights group a member of your domain's builtin
Administrators group? (Not the "Domain Admins" group.) Are the LSA
privileges and share permissions described in NFR's documentation
granted on the servers you're interested in, as well as membership in
the local Administrators group on those servers? (Documentation:
http://www.novell.com/documentation/filereporter2/file_reporter_2_admin/data/bs6e66n.html)

Also, please note that NFR 2.0.2.2 has been released. This release of
NFR includes a fix for the 'Heartbleed' OpenSSL vulnerability as well as
other bugfixes.

-- NFMS Support Team
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