[THIN] RM with AD

  • From: "BRUTON, Malcolm, FM" <Malcolm.BRUTON@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: "'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 13:47:18 -0000

Hi All


Have a wee issue using RM on XPe FR3.  Wondered if anybody has come across


We are in between migrating machines and users from NT4 to a Windows 2003


We can publish apps etc to AD accounts and groups etc.


Whenever we try and run a Resource Manager billing report that uses a cost
centre that contains an AD group we get an error as below



If I remove the AD group form the cost centre and rerun using just NT4
groups this works fine.


All our Citrix server are in NT4 but we have tried with a single server in
AD with the same result (Data collectors and Farm Metric server and SQL
server still reside in NT4 domain)


Can somebody verify that this works with just a pure AD domain.


I have logged a call with Citrix and was told that some of their code does
not properly support AD and they had no plans to fix !! Something about a
complete rewrite of RM to support trusts.


Any other ideas of how I can obtain data form the RM database.  Is Crystal
reports a good way?  We only trying to audit who logs on and at what times.




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