Analyzing zones for potential issues
Note: When you run the Analyze wizard, it checks only open zones in the Active Directory forest. Make sure the zone you are using as a NIS domain is open before analyzing the forest.
- Open Access Manager.
- If so prompted, specify the forest domain or domain controller to which to connect.
- In the console tree, select the Access Manager root node, right-click, and click Analyze.
- At the Welcome page, click Next.
Select the checks to perform (at least the two in the table below) and click Next.
Select at least the following checks.
Select this option
To do this
Check that a zone_nis_servers group exists in each zone that supports agentless authentication, and that the group contains all NIS servers defined for the zone (to ensure data integrity). This group is required for assigning permissions to Centrify-managed computers that act as NIS servers. Do not delete or modify it manually.
Check for profile objects whose parent objects have been deleted – for example, manually deleted zone objects whose user, group or computer UNIX profile data may be left in Active Directory. This option removes UNIX-specific data from Active Directory.
- Review the summary report and click Finish.
If the summary report indicates any issues, select Analysis Results in the console tree and view the details listed in the right pane. For example: