Oracle Linux: How to Join Oracle Linux server with More than One Windows Active Directory (AD) Domain
(Doc ID 2654241.1)
Last updated on APRIL 07, 2020
Applies to:Linux OS - Version Oracle Linux 6.10 and later
This document explains the steps to configure Oracle Linux server with multiple Windows Active Directory(AD) domains as an authentication service.
HOSTADCLIENT.example.com --> Linux host which will be added to second Windows Active Directory to authenticate with AD users.
- IP Address: 192.168.z.y
WINDOWSADSERVER.example.com --> Windows active directory server to which the linux host will be joined. This setup should be exist before following the solution given in this document.
- IP Address: 192.168.x.z
- example.com --> Primary domain to which linux client "HOSTADCLIENT" already configured for authentication.
WINADSERVER2.secondexample.com --> Second Windows Active Directory server to which the list client will be joined. This setup should be exist before following the solution given in this document.
- IP Address: 192.168.z.x
- secondexample.com --> Second Windows Active Directory domain.
After adding the linux client to second Windows AD domain, should be able to login with AD users from both the domain in this linux client.
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