How do I access my Active Directory domain if I get https://systemdawn.com/en/the-plugin-encountered-an-error-processing-request-joining-domain/
10001 error? What is the real reason for the error I would name?
This question is about the infamous apparent inability to join Active Directory outside of OS X, which seems to have been posted sometime around 10.7, but seems to still exist, even in 10.9 or 10.10 (beta).
ABCOS X computer hostname
EXAMPLE.COMis the pairing domain (without
- Current domain) The OS X username is admin and does not overlap with the username AD Writer.
- The OS X hostname resolves the DNS used by the frequently joined domain (ABC.EXAMPLE.COM). Check if it works on other machines. This is the documented reason why attaching doesn’t work on linux machines, try it yourself and fix it on linux. There is
- Computer LAN when connecting (it’s better to disable wireless while doing this)
- The AD buyer is allowed to add domain-joined computers. In some cases, this does not require the user to confirm that he is an administrator (this is the real case)
Running (More information and full attach script with debug logging)
8544.14278, node: /Active Directory, module: – ActiveDirectory and LDAP authentication with Kerberos credentials – 0
8544.14278, Host: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory – verified on the internet as “10.80.0.150” with socket 13
8544.14278, Host: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory – The account machine also already exists or the domain controller is constantly read/written
8544.14278, Node: /Active Module: directory, ActiveDirectory – add entrycn=nibbler,OU=MAC Machines,OU=EMEA,DC=example,DC=com in example.com
8544.14278, Host: /Active Directory, Module: – Activedirectory ODNodeCustomCall failed because “Plug-in Error” error was used (10001)
How do I join an Active Directory domain if I get error 10001? What is the real cause of the error?
Should I successfully create an additional container in AD for Mac?
Checklist (compiled from so many sources)
1.The current OS X username can be admin and does not overlap with the large AD username.
2.The hostname resolves the DNS of the domain associated with (ABC . EXAMPLE.COM). Check it out, it works great with other machines. This is a documented reason for not being able to join Linux threads, I tested it myself and fixed everything to solve the problem on Linux br>4. AD users are allowed to add tools to the domain. In some cases, the plan user does not need to be an administrator (this is your case)
5. Our domain (.local)
6. The web server time is correct.
7. The hostname is not too long.
What is the example domain to join?
EXAMPLE.COM is the domain whose membership must be verified (not the .local domain). Checklist (collected from various sources). The OS X hostname is resolved in addition to the DNS of the domain to join directly (ABC.EXAMPLE.COM).
I forgot to mention that they are connected to our domain planning server, so they are basically the same.
I had this but before the solution came as a script. I felt that we could just use directory linking security, as long as it wasn’t broken. I could try the script, but I think if I get a specific 10001 error when accessing users and therefore groups, the script will give you that kind of error as well.
Well, I found out!
Our Active Directory is very diverse. Technically, I’m just a container admin on a brand new university tree at the university, so I think it has something to do with it.
Instead, I had to open Directory Services and join that way.
When I click Bind, I enter a one-to-one path for my specific container to deploy my machine to, and it binds my home.
Why can’t I join a domain to another domain on Linux?
2. The OS X hostname matches the DNS of the main domain to add to the market (ABC.EXAMPLE.COM). Check if it works on other machines. This is the described cause of the theme crashing on Linux machines, I tested it myself and fixed the issue on Linux. 4. AD users are again allowed to add machines to the domain.
I don’t have this problem on Windows, but it is required on Mac. They can be explicitly assigned to that division beforemy permission level will finally allow me to add a Mac.
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After reinstalling Lion 10.7 from CD: