Set Domain Command, nsswitch.conf file and CallManager 7.02
We need to set our domain name using the set network domain command. This is to be able to obtain a Verisign certificate so users don't encounter the security popup when they log in to set their speed dials. We had to do this for Unity Connection as well but ran into problems with our cluster and found out the nsswitch.conf file was set to use DNS when we ran the set domain command. We do not use DNS services in our cluster. My question is has anyone else run the set network domain command (who isn't using DNS) on the CM cluster? If so, did you run into any issues afterwards? Thanks!
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