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domain administrator authority

tpesselier

ADSM.ORG Member
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Hello

Currently I gave the admin rights on a domain to an admin with limited rights, example admintest.
(grant authority admintest domains = dom_test classes = policy)

Before TSM created an administrator at each register node now it does not do it anymore.

I would like to simplify the connection to all agents in the domain for admintest.

My question is is it possible to define the same administrator for all the nodes of a domain and how to use dsmc on a balient to authenticate with the administrator admintest (I know that it works with the mistletoe)

After I do not know the best pratice in my case, how do you manage your domains and its administrators?

thx
 

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