Viewing UNIX and Linux diagnostics

The adcdiag program performs a set of tests to check for access to a Centrify server authentication instance, the availability of one or more Centrify connectors, whether the computer is joined to an Active Directory domain, and whether the connector you are attempting to use is configured to use integrated Windows authentication.

To perform the set of tests to verify a UNIX or Linux computer can be configured to use multi-factor authentication, run the following command:

/usr/share/centrifydc/bin/adcdiag

By default, the command displays the test results in standard output (stdout) and generates a diagnostic report in the /var/centrify/tmp directory with a dated time stamp similar to the following:

adcdiagCheckingReport_20160307_151128.log

If any of the tests returned errors or warnings, you can check the diagnostic report for additional information, including suggestions for resolving any issues found. For details about the command-line options available for the adcdiag command, see the man page for the command.