So in a Multi Domain setup, where we have many different customers and locations scattered around the world, where we have no access to their AD servers from the MD servers, we have to tell our customers who control this part themselves today, will no longer be able to use IA?
As the SmarDashboard client in these cases was in their network with access to their AD and the domain management server, which is in ours, the old situation worked just fine, but will no longer work. This will mean we will need to get the NAT trick to work in this situation.
We need to create another AD server with the NAT IP that we need to connect to from the Management server (will it use the MDS IP or the DMS IP as the source? That NAT IP AD server will be the one in the top filed shown in the previous post and it should use an encrypted LDAP method. Then use the Priorities again to make it totally uninteresting to connect to.