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    Configuring a Secure Access Active Directory or NT Domain Instance (NSM Procedure)

    To configure an Active Directory or Windows NT domain server instance:

    1. In the NSM navigation tree, select Device Manager > Devices.
    2. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the Secure Access device for which you want to configure an Active Directory or NT domain instance.
    3. Click the Configuration tab and select Authentication > Auth Servers. The corresponding workspace appears.

      Note: If you want to update an existing server instance, click the appropriate link in the Auth Server Name box, and perform the steps 5 through 8.

    4. Click the New button. The New dialog box appears.
    5. In the Auth Server Name list, specify a name to identify the server instance.
    6. Select AD/NT Server from the Auth Server Type list.
    7. Configure the server using the settings described in Table 1.
    8. Click one:
      • OK—Saves the changes.
      • Cancel—Cancels the modifications.

    Table 1: Active Directory or NT Domain Instance Configuration Details

    OptionFunctionYour Action
    AD/NT Settings > General tab

    Primary Domain Controller or Active Directory

    Specifies the name or IP address for the primary domain controller or Active Directory server.

    Enter the name or IP address.

    Secondary Domain Controller or Active Directory

    Specifies the name or IP address for the backup domain controller or Active Directory server.

    Enter the name or IP address.

    Domain

    Specifies the domain name of the Active Directory or Windows NT server.

    Enter the domain name of the Active Directory or Windows NT domain.

    Note: For example, if the Active Directory domain name is us.amr.asgqa.net and you want to authenticate users who belong to the US domain, enter US as the domain.

    Allow domain to be specified as part of username

    Allows users to sign in by entering a domain name in the Username box in the format: domain\username

    Select AD/NT Settings > General > Allow domain to be specified as part of username to enable this feature.

    Allow trusted domains

    Allows users to get group information from all trusted domains within a forest.

    Select AD/NT Settings > General >Allow trusted domains to enable this feature.

    Domain Controller is a Windows 2008 server

    Specifies if the backend domain controller is a Windows 2008 server.

    Tip: The Windows 2008 server has several enhancements to the Active Directory server, which is now called Active Directory Domain Services.

    Select Domain Controller is a Windows 2008 server to enable this feature.

    Admin Username

    Specifies an administrator username for the AD or NT server.

    Enter an administrator username for the AD or NT server.

    Admin Password

    Specifies an administrator password for the AD or NT server.

    Enter an administrator password for the AD or NT server.

    Kerberos (most secure)

    Allows the Secure Access device to send user credentials to Kerberos.

    Select AD/NT Settings > General >Kerberos (most secure) to enable this feature.

    NTLMV2 (moderately secure)

    Allows the Secure Access device to send user credentials to NTLMv2.

    Select AD/NT Settings > General >NTLMV2 (moderately secure) to enable this feature.

    NTLMV1 (least secure)

    Allows the Secure Access device to send user credentials to NTLMv1.

    Select AD/NT Settings > General >NTLMV1 (least secure) to enable this feature.

    Use LDAP to get Kerberos realm name

    Allows the Secure Access device to retrieve the Kerberos realm name from the Active Directory server using the specified administrator credentials.

    Select AD/NT Settings > General >Specify Kerberos realm name to enable this feature.

    Specify Kerberos realm name

    Specifies Kerberos realm name.

    Enter the name.

    AD/NT Settings > Advanced tab

    User may belong to Domain Local Groups across trust boundaries

    Specifies that the selected user belongs to the Domain Local Groups who honor trust relationships in the Active Directory.

    Select AD/NT Settings > Advanced > User may belong to Domain Local Groups across trust boundaries to enable this feature.

    Container Name

    Specifies the name that the Secure Access device uses to join the specified Active Directory domain as a computer.

    Enter the computer name.

    Server Catalog > Expressions tab

    Name

    Specifies a name for the user expression in the Active Directory or NT domain server user directory.

    Enter a name.

    Value

    Specifies a value for the user expression in the Active Directory or NT Domain server user directory.

    Enter a value.

    Server Catalog > Groups tab

    Name

    Specifies the name of the group

    Enter a name.

    Groups

    Specifies the admin’s domain local groups information.

    Enter a name.

    AD Group

    Specifies the group that contains the administrators to enable centralized administration in an Active Directory domain.

    Enter a name.

    Published: 2013-01-03