Dell PowerVault NX3000 User Manual
In the Add or Remove Snap-ins dialog box, click Active Directory Schema.
Click Add, and click OK.
Right-click the Active Directory Schema node, and click Change Active Directory Domain Controller to connect to
the AD LDS instance that was previously created.
In the Change Directory Server dialog box, under Change to, click This Domain Controller or AD LDS instance.
In the Name column, replace the placeholder text
<Type a Directory Server name[:port] here>
with the server and
port number (for example, localhost:389).
10. Click OK.
11. Add the gidNumber and uidNumber attributes to the user class as follows:
a. Expand the Active Directory Schema node, expand the Classes node, right-click User, and click Properties.
b. In the Properties dialog box, click the Attributes tab.
c. Click Add to open the Select Schema Object dialog box.
d. Click gidNumber, and click OK.
e. Click Add to open the Select Schema Object dialog box.
f. Click uidNumber, and click OK.
g. Click OK.
12. Add the gidNumber attribute to the group class as follows:
a. Expand the Active Directory Schema node and the Classes node.
b. Right-click Group, and click Properties.
c. In the group Properties dialog box, click the Attributes tab.
d. Click Add to open the Select Schema Object dialog box.
e. Click gidNumber, and click OK.
f. Click OK.
13. Close the MMC, and click Save.
Adding User And Group Account Maps From A UNIX-Based Computer To A Windows-
The following steps are included in this procedure:
Connecting to the Distinguished Name or Naming Context. Follow this procedure to set a default naming context
and create a container to hold your account mappings from UNIX to the Windows operating system.
Adding User Account Maps. Follow this procedure to create a user-class object in the CN=Users container, to
map the uidNumber, gidNumber, and sAMAccountName attributes.
Adding Group Account Maps. Follow this procedure to create a group-class object in the CN=Users container,
to map the gidNumber and sAMAccountName attributes.
Connecting To The Distinguished Name Or Naming Context
To connect to the distinguished naming context:
Click Start → Administrative Tools → ADSI Edit to open ADSI Edit.
In the console tree, right-click ADSI Edit and click Connect to.
This opens the Connection Settings dialog box.
Under Connection Point, select the Select a well known Naming Context option.
Click Default naming context from the drop-down menu.