Register untrusted Active Directory domains
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You should register the Active Directory with SnapCenter Server to manage hosts, users, and groups from multiple untrusted Active Directory domains.
What you will need
The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) should be reachable from SnapCenter Server.
If the FQDN is not resolvable, the domain controller IP addresses that are provided should be resolvable from SnapCenter Server.
You should have enabled bidirectional communication between the plug-in hosts and the SnapCenter Server.
DNS resolution should be set up from the SnapCenter Server to the plug-in hosts and vice-versa.
About this task
You can register an untrusted domain with the FQDN. If the FQDN is not resolvable from the SnapCenter Server, you can register with an IP address.
You can use either the SnapCenter user interface or PowerShell cmdlets to register an untrusted domain.
In the left navigation pane, click Settings.
In the Settings page, click Global Settings..
In the Global Settings page, click Domain Settings.
Click to register a new domain.
In the Register New Domain page, specify the information that is required for registering the untrusted domain:
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Specify the NetBIOS name for the domain.
Specify the FQDN and click Resolve.
Domain controller IP addresses
If the domain FQDN is not resolvable from the SnapCenter Server, specify one or more domain controller IP addresses.
For more information, see Add domain controller IP for untrusted domain from GUI.