[THIN] Re: Moved Citrix server to new AD domain

  • From: <Jeff.Pitsch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 09:54:31 -0500

No dsmain is a Citrix command.  DS = Data Store

Jeff Pitsch 

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Subject: [THIN] Re: Moved Citrix server to new AD domain

Waitaminute!  dsmaint is an AD command, nothing to do with Citrix.  My
AD is fine, everything shows up there.  I just can't see the server in
the Citrix Management Console.

Am I back to CHFARM?

/kenw


>> Thanks!  I thought I might have to run a "chfarm".   
>> 
>> There's only one Citrix server, in one domain.  That's it.  
>> 
>> /kenw
>> 

On Mon, 14 Feb 2005 13:17:33 -0600, you wrote:

>You should be able to see all servers from any domains (even ones that 
>are not trusted) as long as they are in the same farm.  Sounds like you

>need to do a dsmaint /recreatelhc on the box.
>
>Did you make this change on the data collector?  If so, you will 
>probability need to run that command on all the servers (data collector

>first).
>
>Someone here changed the IP on a datacollecter while IMA was running 
>and we pretty much had to run that command and reboot everything. Fun
times!
>
>Jennifer
>
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>From: kenw@xxxxxxxx [mailto:kenw@xxxxxxxx]
>Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 9:27 AM
>To: Thin (E-mail)
>Subject: [THIN] Moved Citrix server to new AD domain
>
>I just moved a freshly-setup standalone MetaFrame XPs server from an 
>old AD domain to a new one.
>
>Now no Citrix servers show up in the management console list.  How do I

>properly change the configuration of the server to reflect the new 
>domain?
>
>The Metaframe server is not yet in production, although it's otherwise 
>ready to go.  The domain is completely new, hosted by a new DC.
>
>/kenw
>Ken Wallewein
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