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NetBackup 9.0 Application Guide
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Product(s): Appliances (2.0)
Platform: Flex Appliance OS
- Product overview
- Geting started
- Creating NetBackup application instances
- Managing NetBackup application instances
- Accessing NetBackup master and media server instances for management tasks
- Managing users on a master or media server instance
- Running NetBackup commands on a master or media server application instance
- Accessing NetBackup WORM storage server instances for management tasks
Connecting a remote user domain to a master or media server instance
NetBackup master and media server application instances support Active Directory (AD) and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) users. Use the following procedure to connect a remote user domain to a master or media server instance.
To connect a remote user domain
- From the Flex Appliance Console, verify that the instance is on the same network as the AD or the LDAP domain. If it is not, edit the settings so that the instance can reach the domain.
- Open the following ports if they are not already open:
- Open an SSH session to the instance as the appadmin user and run the following command:
sudo realm join <domain name> -v
Where <domain name> is the AD or the LDAP domain that you want to connect.
Enter the appadmin user password when prompted.
- When the following prompts appear, enter the password for the AD or the LDAP domain:
Password for Administrator:
Enter Administrator's password:
- Wait for the process to complete. The following message should appear:
Successfully enrolled machine in realm
- When the connection is complete, sign in to the instance as the appadmin user from the NetBackup web UI. Add and configure the remote users that you want to have access to the instance. See the NetBackup Web UI Security Administrator's Guide for details.
The username maintenance is not supported on application instances.