I created my image from scratch, installing only the items I needed. I use DeployStudio and built a workflow that Images the machine, changes the computer name, and the host name, then binds to my Active Directory, then Binds to my Open Directory. After doing this some machines would stay bound the the Open Directory some I had to go back in and re bind. I haven't had any issues with them falling off of the AD. Not sure why.
Clint W. Heideman
MCP, MCSA, MCSE
MCSA : Security, MCSE : Security
On Aug 31, 2011, at 9:26 AM, Mike Boylan wrote:
> Trivial, but when imaging, are you doing direct cloning? I've seen this behavior, and a lot of other terrible DS trouble, when certain files, like the LKDC, on the client machine aren't cleared post-imaging when using a golden master workflow...
> Modular imaging avoids this problem as does using a tool like DeployStudio which can clean the appropriate files post-restore of a golden master image.
> Mike Boylan
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> On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Clint W. Heideman <email@hidden> wrote:
> I have three OS 10.6.8 Servers one is the OD Master and two are the Replica's. I have all of the client's bound to an Active Directory Server as well. I am having issues with clients not staying bound to the OD network. I can go log in to the Client and Un-bind the client from the OD Master and it give me an error saying it couldn't unbind correctly. I reboot and re-bind the OS 10.6.8 client to the OD Master and it works. I'm not sure if it is the same clients all of the time, but it happens all of the time.
> Two Windows 2008 R2 AD Controllers, running DNS.
> Windows 2008 R2 DHCP Server bound to the Active Directory.
> Three Open Directory Server 10.6.8. All Three of these servers are bound to the Active Directory.
> OS 10.6.8 MacBook computers.
> Clint W. Heideman
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