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Rights command and NSS AD

Hi All,

Starting to use NSS AD. I've joined the server to the domain and tested using kinit [servername]$ and klist -k (both work). I've AD enabled the NSS Pool and volume, NURM appears to work correctly.

When I try to use the rights command "rights -r all trustee DomainNETBIOSName\\ADSAMAccountName" and receive

"Error in adding the trustee: Error: -610. NITERR_UNKNOWN_ERROR.
Bad user name."

Or the same with a -601 error depending on if I use two backslashes per the manual, or one.

Also, while I'm asking questions, does anyone know if NFARM can be used for rights management by a user thats not a domain admin? Our IT department don't login to the workstation as their domain admin accounts (IIRC this is inline with the best practice).

Thank you for your help.
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Cadet 1st Class
Cadet 1st Class

Have you tried using -a to indicate use of an active directory name?

HTH, John
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Hi John, That did help (slight face palm moment).

Thank you.
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