Multiple domains on Server

dridhas

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 7, 2014
13
0
Allen, TX
Hello guys,

i just came across an issue that i can't fix at the moment, hopefully with your help i will.

i have a Mac Pro as Server and i added 2 domains to it.

Seems to be that one domain takes precedence after another so the users on one domain 1 have no issues accessing the services where as the users on the domain 2 cannot authenticate for some services.

the services i have seen this issue on is when registering an Apple device thru Profile manager website. Users from domain 2 cannot access, but users from domain 1 can with no issue.

Same thing goes for the Messages service, users from domain 2 can't access and users from domain 1 can.

Can you please let me know if this can be fixed?

Thanks in advance!!! :):apple:
 

sevoneone

macrumors 6502
May 16, 2010
496
409
Hello guys,

i just came across an issue that i can't fix at the moment, hopefully with your help i will.

i have a Mac Pro as Server and i added 2 domains to it.

Seems to be that one domain takes precedence after another so the users on one domain 1 have no issues accessing the services where as the users on the domain 2 cannot authenticate for some services.

the services i have seen this issue on is when registering an Apple device thru Profile manager website. Users from domain 2 cannot access, but users from domain 1 can with no issue.

Same thing goes for the Messages service, users from domain 2 can't access and users from domain 1 can.

Can you please let me know if this can be fixed?

Thanks in advance!!! :):apple:

I don't think it can work with Active Directory. I didn't even know there was a way to bind OS X to more than one AD domain.
 
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