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SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Accessing Windows remote node via rala

‏2012-11-12T15:25:09Z |
How do you configure rala to access a remote windows node ?
Using a domain userid.

rala is W2k8 remote node is w2k3 with same domain userid member of admin group

tried :
domain\user
"domain\user"
domain\\user
"domain\\user"
user
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Updated on 2012-12-04T14:49:37Z at 2012-12-04T14:49:37Z by SystemAdmin
  • nukite8d
    nukite8d
    8 Posts

    Re: Accessing Windows remote node via rala

    ‏2012-11-14T14:48:43Z  
    Hello Keld,
    we once configured a Wndows Server 2008R2 within a AgentlessAdapter running on our AIX AppMan.

    As credentials we set:
    Node name: <Full Hostname: win.example.de>
    User ID: <userid@domain>

    The resource as as follows:
    <Resource name="win_process" class="IBM.RemoteApplication" node="win.example.de">
    <ClassAttributesReference>
    <IBM.RemoteApplicationAttributes name="win1"/>
    </ClassAttributesReference>
    </Resource>
    Regards,
    Manfred
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    46 Posts

    Re: Accessing Windows remote node via rala

    ‏2012-12-04T14:49:37Z  
    • nukite8d
    • ‏2012-11-14T14:48:43Z
    Hello Keld,
    we once configured a Wndows Server 2008R2 within a AgentlessAdapter running on our AIX AppMan.

    As credentials we set:
    Node name: <Full Hostname: win.example.de>
    User ID: <userid@domain>

    The resource as as follows:
    <Resource name="win_process" class="IBM.RemoteApplication" node="win.example.de">
    <ClassAttributesReference>
    <IBM.RemoteApplicationAttributes name="win1"/>
    </ClassAttributesReference>
    </Resource>
    Regards,
    Manfred
    Hello Keld,

    Manfred is correct, the ALA/RALA (including SA AM 3.2.2.0) does support the following syntax to access win domain joined systems as target systems with a win domain userid.

    policy XML:
    <Resource name="..." class="IBM.RemoteApplication" node="HOSTNAME">
    ...
    <UserName>USERID@WIN_DOMAIN</UserName>

    /etc/opt/IBM/tsamp/eez/cfg/eez.aladapter.dif.properties:
    user-HOSTNAME=USERID@WIN_DOMAIN
    password-HOSTNAME=***

    Best Regards
    Andreas Schauberer