Manage AD Bridge Hosts

To access the hosts, a valid SSH credential with administrative rights on the host is required.

To manage AD Bridge hosts:

  1. Go to the Hosts > Hosts Inventory page.
  2. Select a host, and then select Perform Host Actions.
  1. On the Primary Action page, select Active Directory Bridge.
  1. On the Secondary Action page, select one from the following;
    • Install: Install AD Bridge software.
    • Upgrade: Upgrade AD Bridge software to the version loaded in the console.
    • Uninstall: Remove AD Bridge software.
  1. On the Credential Selection page, select a logon credential that will access the remote system. If you cannot log on as root, then select one of the following to run the action with escalated privileges: pbrun, sudo, or sudo su. This may require choosing a second credential.
  1. Review the Summary page, and then click Finish.
  1. Review the Task page, and verify the completed status of attempted actions under Task Summary.
  2. Click Task Details to view more information about Task Status.

Join a Domain

To join selected AD Bridge hosts to a domain:

  1. Go to the Hosts > Hosts Inventory page.
  2. Select a host, and then select Perform Host Actions.
  1. On the Primary Action page, select Active Directory Bridge.
  1. On the Join Domain page, provide the following information:
    • Domain Join Arguments: The CLI arguments to join the domain.
    • AD Credential: The credential for the Active Directory domain.
  1. On the Credential Selection page, select a logon credential that will access the remote system. If you cannot log on as root, then select one of the following to run the action with escalated privileges: pbrun, sudo, or sudo su. This may require choosing a second credential.
  1. Review the Summary page, and then click Finish.
  1. Review the Task page, and verify the completed status of attempted actions under Task Summary.
  2. Click Task Details to view more information about Task Status.