we have a running CCM 3.3(2) that we try to integrate with AD. I ran the plugin successfuly, but i have a problem with the CCMPwdChanger thing. Whenever i run this tool to change the password of CCMSysUser everything goes well untill just at the end.
According to the procedure i should get a confirmation window, but instead i get "Active Directory Server Login Credentials" and i have to provide the administrator user/passwd of the AD Server. I do that and when clicking Ok, i get following error :
"error: 53 - the network path was not found"
These are two win2000 machines and i have no idea what is happening. All the rest seems to be fine, i can see the users in CCM-administration and assign them phones, ...
I had a similar problem. In the AD integration you need to ensure that the Callmanager has access to DNS (normally the one that the servers are registered to). Alternatuively you could edit the hosts files so you have named entries for both servers. I had a situation where the main AD server wasn't actually the master for the user database but one of the other domain servers and until I added a route and a DNS entry I could not change the CCMSysUser passords, even though I had run the AD integration.
TAC had us populate the Password value for the CCMAdministrator and CCMSysUser in the Registry on the Publisher. After this was done, the plugin installed successfully on the Subscriber. The CCMPWDChanger still did not work however. TAC indicated that this would not be an issue, however the password for those accounts on the AD server were not updated...
BTW. We just populated the passwords with the same string from the DCDpwd (sp) above it. I'm not sure what that was or if it was the encrypted version of our local Administrator account.
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