I have a single domain with multiple DCs and two CM 3.3.3 clusters, one of which has already been integrated into AD. I have completed the build f the second cluster (which will be connected via intercluster trunk)
My question is, what is the impact, process, for integrating the second cluster into AD, especially given the fact that EM is in use at both sites, and both sites are in the same domain, and share the same user OU structure.
I have done the same thing with my site. I have not used EM however, but I have found just with Device Association, that if you setup a user on cluster A and assign devices, then goto cluser B and assign devices, the assigned devices of B will over write those of A. Other then that I have not had too many issues. I dont know if EM would work between clusters...
That's great info - thanks. I guess my additional concerns are writing into the objects themselves. if you look at the objects using adsi edit, there are setting for the EM server specification, cm server information etc. I do not want the servers stepping on each other, or the users getting the wrong url for em login etc. what do you thing about specifying a seperate OU for the second cluster? Same for unity, basically, instead of using the Cisco OU, specifying a NYCISCO OU or something to that end?
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