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CiscoWorks in the Domain?

I have CiscoWorks LMS 2.2 and RWAN 1.3 running on a Windows 2000 Server. Currently this server is not in the Domain. The server team wants to add this server to the domain, but I remember reading that CiscoWorks does not like the added domain security features that are typically applied to domain server.

So my question is: Does anyone know if this is true and if there is any supporting documentation on this subject?

Thanks in advance for you help.

John

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Re: CiscoWorks in the Domain?

I have read the install guide, but I can't seem to find the specific info that states it should not be in a domain. The only thing I found was a statement that it should not be either a primary or backup Domain Controller.

It does not state that server that CiscoWorks is installed on should not be domain member server.

Your help is appreciated.

John

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Re: CiscoWorks in the Domain?

Absolutly right. CW2000 is not support on a PDC or SDC, but it's supported and running just fine on a server or workstation within the domain.

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Re: CiscoWorks in the Domain?

Hi,

can you pls clarify the situation with regards to a server being a 'member server' of a domain - NOT the PDC/BDC.

I realise that LMS must be installed as local admin and not domain admin.

Rgds,

Ian

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Re: CiscoWorks in the Domain?

I just means that it's ok to install and run CW2000 on a server belonging to a Windows domain, i.e. you are verified towards a domain controller when you login, not the local user database on the server.

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Re: CiscoWorks in the Domain?

Hi,

Thanks for that, I was actually hoping for a clarification from CCO as I was a bit curious why we were referred to the System Requirements in a previous which just refers to the server not being a bdc/pdc.

Ian

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