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Windows Domain Access

#1
Hi,

I found the option "Windows Domain Access" in the NEMS System Settings Tool. What is the purpose for this option? Is it possible to connect to a Winows domain and provide the domain user access to adagios for example?

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#2
Hello msveden

It is needed for the WMI commands. The commands are executed with this user
Example check_wmi_cpu

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Model : Raspberry Pi 3 +
Version : 1.5
Build : 6
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#3
Thanks for helpful and quick answer!
Do you know if there is any way to provide domain user access to adagios?
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#4
I do not think so but I'm not sure
Model : Raspberry Pi 3 +
Version : 1.5
Build : 6
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#5
Issue solved.

I changed /etc/apache2/conf-available/adagios.conf with the following parameters:

AuthBasicProvider ldap
AuthLDAPURL "ldap://{host_or_ip}/CN=Users,DC=example,DC=org?sAMAccountName?sub?(objectClass=*)"
AuthLDAPBindDN "{username}"
AuthLDAPBindPassword {password}

And the execute "a2enmod authnz_ldap" and restart apache2.
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#6
Great, but be aware that you may not get updates anymore.
Model : Raspberry Pi 3 +
Version : 1.5
Build : 6
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#7
/etc/apache2/conf-available/ is outside nems-update paths (nems-www, nems-admin, nems-scripts, etc). so this change will not break your updates. However, you'll need to ensure you create your own backups since your changes also will not be included in NEMS Migrator. Migrator will continue to backup your NEMS config, however if your SD card crashed, you would lose this customization.
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#8
Sorry for the "Fake News" :)
Now I know how it works.

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Model : Raspberry Pi 3 +
Version : 1.5
Build : 6
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