AdmitMac and Dave have worked well. Our experience with AdmitMac was great for tying the systems in to AD. We have our macs at work set to ask for username and password in the more traditional network PC manner. Hope this helps, have fun!Click to expand... Next step will be looking into Centrify 0 Tabasco OP FelloWizard Oct 28, 2014 at 1:04 UTC @jpangborn Try making your time clock on the Macbook in sync with your Check This Out
User Functions Username: Password: Lost your password? Then my Mac account loaded but I had the access to the web that I wanted. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply bentoms, May 12, 2008 bentoms macrumors regular Joined: Mar 23, 2006 #6 AD-OD Whitepaper The best site for Our AD server is Server 2003 R2, and unfortunately the internal domain is single label (currently working on a domain migration project to move to a FQDN. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4104664?tstart=0
Also i just typed in my adminisrative username not domain\username. Open up Disk Utility and repair permissions That worked for me, although why it happened in the first place isn't clear. [ Reply to This | # ] 10.7: Active Directory Report Abuse Like Show 0 Likes (0) 5. Can you turn on logging at log4j level as well, in log4j.properties.
Are all your systems using the same ones? Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion What's cool is that any domain user can now log on to the machine without a local account being set up first.Click to expand... Authentication Server Could Not Be Contacted El Capitan kingflow, Jun 8, 2011 #14 lilul Messages: 2 as for me, i usully use this tool http://www.protemac.com/netmine/, try it!) lilul, Aug 22, 2011 #15 (You must log in or sign
So, DNS problems indeed. Join Now When trying to bind a new Macbook Pro (OS X 10.9.5) to our AD server, I get an error stating "Unable to add Server. Posted: 8/5/14 at 8:17 AM by JPDyson We've bound a few hundred Macs running Mavericks to AD, so it's something in the environment or process I'm sure (there was a change What's New:Hints1 new Hints in the last 24 hoursComments last 2 daysNo new comments Links last 2 weeksNo recent new links What's New in the Forums?
Thanks though, it probably won't work again Monday. Authentication Server Failed To Complete The Requested Operation. (5103) We did specify it by its DNS entry rather than its IP. I'm not sure about the DNS Servers. share|improve this answer edited Dec 26 '11 at 7:34 answered Dec 26 '11 at 4:50 Kelvin 222112 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log
We've also done some work in AD with the replication settings in AD Sites & Services, making sure all of the proper subnets are entered in. https://community.emc.com/thread/128711?tstart=0 Not the answer you're looking for? Unable To Add Server 2000 Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse discussionsContact SupportSearchCommunitiesContact SupportSign inContentPeopleSearch Support CommunitiesNotebooksMacBook Pro Please enter Authentication Server Could Not Be Contacted 5200 Anyway, I tried that temporarily and had no change in outcome - machinename.local:9000 still works, machinename.local:9007 still doesn't.
The spot where I am iffy... his comment is here We've also manually set a computer to the exact time as the authoritative NTP and received the same error. Full command: dsconfigad -add domain.com -username administrator -password -preferred primarydc.domain.com -mobile enable -mobileconfirm disable -groups "administrators" Posted: 9/10/15 at 11:14 PM by calumhunter the -preferred flag only takes effect once I'll give it a shot. Unable To Add Server 5202
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share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Sky Blue, May 14, 2008 Sky Blue Guest Joined: Jan 8, 2005 #11 bentoms said: ↑ It creates If we can get this working somewhat stably then the number of macs we use will hopefully increase. At this point, we bind to AD with this workflow on Mavericks and up, but cannot bind through the GUI prompts. Centrify Express anybudy could help me in this guys share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Sky Blue, Jun 9, 2008 Sky Blue Guest Joined: Jan
Referring to equations Bayes regression: how is it done in comparison to standard regression? All rights reserved.PrivacyLegalContactUnited StatesProductsSolutionsShopSupportServicesPartnersCompanyMy AccountLog InBROWSE PRODUCTSStorageServersConverged InfrastructureData ProtectionSecurityNetworkingContent ManagementDell Products for WorkSearch Products by NameProducts A-ZShop EMC ProductsProduct CommunitySoftware DownloadsLive ChatContact SalesCall 1-866-438-3622Call 1-866-438-3622Storage CategoriesOverviewEnterpriseEntry & MidrangeSoftware DefinedAll-FlashCloudManagement & NetworkingStorage BTW, which version of IA do you have? 6.0 or 6.5? http://globalcryptonews.com/authentication-server/unable-to-add-server-5202-mac.html Can't wait to test it though!
This would work but a reboot would often cause a 'Network Accounts Unavailable' message. Posted: 8/5/14 at 7:42 AM by Lewandowski Thanks for the thoughts folks, but as noted in the troubleshooting steps we've done extensive testing with our NTP. I have added Parallels to the OSX application firewall and I have opened up port 8001 in the Terminal using 'sudo ipfw.' Nothing seems to work.