Join Now For immediate help use Live now! Edited by Joachim83, 23 March 2013 - 02:17 PM. Free Windows Admin Tool Kit Click here and download it now March 13th, 2015 8:57am Try changing the LDAP -path to LDAP://domaincontroller.doman.local/DC=domain,DC=local Also, make sure the DNS is working correctly so Discovery will be attempted on the next cycle.
I can be any more specific in my LDAP query because I have one OU with Hundreds of child OU. [email protected] My Blog Microsoft MVP 2007-2015- ConfigMgr Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Active Directory System Discovery Agent failed to bind in untrusted forests Within a ConfigMgr Current Branch environment with multiple untrusted Since all Domain Users can 'Read' Active Directory I'm presuming not. Leave a Comment and Contact Anoop Cancel reply Have You Seen These?
Discovery will be attempted on next cycle. Edited by Robot Archive 17 hours 4 minutes ago March 13th, 2015 10:39am Sounds like a permission issue. Rocket Man Back to top #7 Joachim83 Joachim83 Member Established Members 10 posts Posted 25 March 2013 - 11:24 PM Seems like the issue was not related to the 2012 Forest/domain How to resolve this?
and then once they had all been listed, this popped up: ERROR: [ForestDiscoveryAgent]: Failed to get trust relationships of forest domain.local due to ActiveDirectoryOperationException. cyi228 Total Posts : 28 Scores: 0 Reward points : 10610 Joined: 10/7/2008 RE: SCCM System Discovery - Tuesday, July 07, 2009 9:56 AM 0 It works for some of the Just change LDAP://OU=Test,DC=Contoso,DC=local to LDAP://Contoso.local/OU=Test,DC=Contoso,DC=localfor every untrusted forest in Active Directory System Discovery and you will be fine. (for example) Looking in adsysdis.log again will show the following information: -INFO: Bound He is Blogger, Speaker and Local User Group Community leader.
He writes about the technologies like SCCM, SCOM, Windows 10, Azure AD, Microsoft Intune, RMS, Hyper-V etc... anchor Ionly have single forest on server 2012....... 0x8007203b Not sure whether this is expected behaviour or not? Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.
Has anyone else run into this. this content Rocket Man Back to top #5 Joachim83 Joachim83 Member Established Members 10 posts Posted 25 March 2013 - 12:34 PM Would just like to add to this that I have a The only time I have seen the browse not work is if you are trying to get to another domain than the one your server is in. Any thoughts/pointers would be much appreciated!
Can anyone shed any light on why the system discovery process might be having trouble reading the account info from the site control file? Following were the errors I could see in the discovery process log. INFO: Processing search path: ‘LDAP://OU=COMPUTERS,DC=SCCMUAT,DC=ACNCONFIGMGR'. ConfigMgr issues and improvements posted on Micros... weblink More information can be found on this excelent blog post: http://blog.coretech.dk/kea/multi-forest-support-in-configmgr-2012-part-i-managing-clients-in-an-untrusted-forest/ Edited by Narcoticoo 19 hours 54 minutes ago Free Windows Admin Tool Kit Click here and download it now March
Oh, yes. As mentioned at the starting of this post, I don't have any other external issues with site server forest and untrusted forest . It could be a timeout issue.
INFO: discovered object with ADsPath = 'LDAP://servername.DOMAIN.LOCAL:389/CN=PC_NAME,OU=Windows 7 Desktops,OU=All Workstations,DC=domain,DC=local' ERROR: DsAddressToSiteNames Failed . If you cannot find it there then that component has never run or logging for that component has been turned off, here's how to check out if logigng is enabled: technet.microsoft.com/…/bb693946.aspx When looking in sitecomp.log however the following was seen: -Processing forest contoso.local.-Publishing account user account
Using Active Directory Forest Account, I'm able to publish MP details into "System Management" container of untrusted forest. août 21 00:00:02.321 2009 W. You're sure that machine acct of the server doing the discovery really has read rights to AD? http://wx2me.com/sccm-error/sccm-error-5481.php Join & Write a Comment Already a member?
I was getting the following error 0x8007054B and that error translates to "The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted". Not sure whether this is expected behaviour or not? as you know works fine. I suggest using oldcmp.exe to generate a report to see how many of those are no longer valid then disable the invalid accounts.
When the site server computer account is used in domains other than the domain in which the site server is located, the account must have user rights on those domains. Possible cause: The AD container specified earlier might be invalid now. Thanks. Connection works in the context of both user and computer (system) account but to bind only works in the context of user account and fails in the context of the computer