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Hi All

I want a user group of my AD to access Cloudera Manager.

I just want to confirm whether we can synchronize AD directly with CM 4.5
(if yes, then should we keep AD and CM on same domain?
ex- win8.mycompany.com , centos1.mycompany.com)

or

We need to sync AD and LDAP and then sync LDAP with CM 4.5.
Please reply.


Thanks & Regards
Rohit Sarewar

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  • Joe Travaglini at Apr 16, 2013 at 12:05 pm
    Rohit, Not sure what you mean by 'sync'. When you configure CM with
    external authentication against AD, the credentials are validated at each
    auth attempt. Yes, you can configure CM so that users in an AD security
    group(s) that you specify are able to log in. Further, you can specify
    which groups have general access to CM, and which have administrative
    access to CM. There is no requirement that the CM server be joined to the
    same domain - only that you provide an account that can bind to and search
    AD.

    -Joe

    On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 4:31 AM, rohit sarewar wrote:

    Hi All

    I want a user group of my AD to access Cloudera Manager.

    I just want to confirm whether we can synchronize AD directly with CM 4.5
    (if yes, then should we keep AD and CM on same domain?
    ex- win8.mycompany.com , centos1.mycompany.com)

    or

    We need to sync AD and LDAP and then sync LDAP with CM 4.5.
    Please reply.


    Thanks & Regards
    Rohit Sarewar

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