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NAS ACER Altos EasyStore AD Integration

Posted on 2009-05-12
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Hi all,

We have a problem while integrate our ACER Altos Easystore in our AD running on SBS 2008
We go through the wizard, he founds the AD, and we select the correct OU. after this he asks again for the Login and password of the Dom Admin..

When submitting these, we get following error:
"The specified user name and password does not have sufficient privileges to join the domain where the AD server resides."

The user is the Domain admin.. I also tried Domain\DomAdm but didn't work neither

Does anyone know how to fix this, so that the NAS integrates with the AD
Or is this something that I need to change on the SBS cause of Restrictions?

Thanks
Robby


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Have you checked the time settings (time and time zone). Page 46 of User Guide talks about how this will fail if they are more then 5 minutes apart.
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thx for the reply, but I already double checked the time and that is not the problem cause it is correct on the NAS.
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Are you sure your domain admin account is in the Enterprise Admin group? This is overkill rights but I would verify it.  
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yes, he is in the Enterprise Admin group.
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Guys,

Just never buy Acer NAS devices go for thecus or qnap
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