Starting with Mac OS X 10.7,
/etc/resolv.conf is no longer used for domain controller name resolution. Therefore, some VPN programs no longer update DNS server information in
/etc/resolv.conf when signing on. On computers running Mac OS X 10.7 and later, this can result in the computer not being able to connect to a domain controller through a VPN.
To resolve this issue, explicitly specify in
centrifydc.conf the location of DNS servers that are used to resolve domain controller names:
- Specify the IP addresses of DNS servers in the
dns.serversparameter (if the parameter does not exist yet, create it now):
dns.servers: x.x.x.x y.y.y.y
x.x.x.x y.y.y.yare the IP addresses of the DNS servers to use. This example shows two IP addresses; note that each IP address is separated by a space.
Save your changes to
Restart the agent for the changes to take effect:
sudo /usr/local/share/centrifydc/bin/centrifydc restart