Cisco UCS Active Directory Integration

Last week on Twitter I asked for the topics people would most like to see covered on my blog, and the winner was Cisco UCS and LDAP / AD Intergration
so here it is:

As a side note I also had requests to show a full UCS upgrade start to finish. to which I had to respond ” This has been on my blog site for over a year”, and can be found here so well worth familiarising yourselves with older posts in the archive.
(The upgrade to 2.0x is the same proceedure, but always use the right upgrade guide though i.e 1.4x to 2.0x etc..)

Have fun!

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5 Responses to Cisco UCS Active Directory Integration

  1. DGI says:

    I have followed your video, but gets login error. Failed login info: Authentication failed. Have any idea of what I do wrong? Have AD 2008 R2 and UCS 2.0.3C. I have tried two times, with the same error.

  2. DGI says:

    Hi, and thanks alot for responding :)

    It seems like I have to do this:
    ——
    Alternatively, you can create an attribute named
    CiscoAVPair in the remote authentication service with the following
    attribute ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.287247.1
    ——-
    But I have no clue where to do it. Can’t find remote authentication service. Have you done any of this?

  3. foogeelah says:

    HI, I’ve just watched the video which was a great help, accept I’ve hit a snag! I can do a test authentication via the CLI and it succeeds fine, but when I try to login to the gui, it fails – any ideas? My user account is enabled for the two locales I have setup in UCSM.
    Thanks
    Dominic

    Update:
    Also… I don’t get a ‘DOMAIN’ drop down box at login? Just the username / password ?????

    Update:
    It was me! I had to refresh the UCSM icon on my desktop. Perfect. What a video!! The Cisco doc leaves some crucial elements out…

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