I need some clarification and was hoping you could help. I am currently dealing with an issue that one of my clients created for himself. He apparently went around and changed a bunch of passwords, but he's not sure which.
So we have Call Manager 4.1.3 with a pub and a sub that are not replicating. I believe this is b/c of the random password changes he made. However, as I'm doing some investigation I find out that the Publisher is in a Workgroup and the Subscriber is in their AD Domain. Why it's that way, I have no idea. He said he didn't join it to the Domain and the engineer that installed this claims they didn't join it to the Domain.
Regardless, I've been getting conflicting reports of the proper procedure and I wanted some Cisco Documentation to confirm what route I should take. I thought the best procedure would be to remove the Sub from the domain and join it to the Workgroup, but I had a collegue say that I should join the Pub to the Domain.
What is Cisco best practices? Should the servers be in the domain or the workgroup?
After I figure out the domain/workgroup thing I'm planning on using adminutility.exe to set the password and sync them.
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