Cisco Secure ACS 3.2 - compatible with Win 2003 domains?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by popice, Mar 29, 2005.

  1. popice

    popice Guest

    I have a Win 2003 domain (A) and a trust established with another Win
    2003 domain (B). Domain A is the one with the CiscoSecure software.
    We have many trusts with other domains (mostly Win 2000) and have
    configured the mappings by using CiscoSecure.

    But when trying to "add mappings" for this new 2003 Domain (B), I
    continually am getting "failed to enumerate Windows groups. If you are
    using Active Directory consult the installation guide for information."

    I am not able to see domain B's users and groups from within the Ciscoe
    Secure software.

    However, if I use Active Directory Users and Computers from Domain A,
    and "connect to domain" and choose Domain B, I am able to view all
    users and groups just fine.

    Do you know if there is a problem with configuring two 2003 domains in
    this software? Do you have any other areas that I should investigate?
    Some local policy on Domain B?

    I appreciate any thoughts that you might have.
    popice, Mar 29, 2005
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  2. popice

    Ole Thomsen Guest

    Are the domains in the same tree or forest, and thereby having implicit
    transitive trusts?

    We use ACS 3.2 for accounts in two domains (domain and subdomain) and
    don't see any problems in that.

    Ole Thomsen
    Ole Thomsen, Mar 29, 2005
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  3. popice

    popice Guest

    Ole, thanks for the response.
    The domains are not in the same forest. Do you think that is a problem
    in itself?
    Now that you raise that issue, I am not sure if we have a configuration
    set up between two domains that are in different forests.
    popice, Mar 29, 2005
  4. popice

    Ole Thomsen Guest

    If you are running Windows 2003 it is possible (but not necessarily
    wise) to create a forest trust.

    If you have a CCO account you could try asking in the Netpro AAA-forum.

    Ole Thomsen
    Ole Thomsen, Mar 29, 2005
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