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Macbook Pro OS X 10.6.6 Multiple Domains?

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Is it possible to bind my mac to more than one domain?

If so how do you accomplish this?
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Question by:CatholicTV
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by:roylong
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Do you mean multiple AD domains?  If so, why would you want to do that?  You cannot even do that with windows...

The route to go is cross-domain trusts between the multiple domains if you need to access resources in each.
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by:CatholicTV
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The mac I am trying to bind has already been bound to a domain where my friend works. I want to bind the computer to the domain where I work at. The problem is I do not have the admin password to unbind it from the other domain.
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gmbaxter earned 500 total points
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No I'm pretty sure you cannot.

If you try to unbind it with a random password you should get an incorrect password with a force unbind option. This will unbind the mac, but leave its computer account in AD.
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