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MS Orchestrator Runbook Designer

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We have 2 untrusted domains and our corporate domain.
I want to run, System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator Runbook Designer from my desktop

When I go to Actions > Connect

You can only connect to the local domain where you are logged onto from your desktop .

Runbook designer is on my local desktop and the orchestrator management server is in another domain which is untrusted.

Is there anyway for me to connect to the ORCH management server?
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by:Leon Taljaard
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Hi

Have a look at this post, it explains how to install a run book server in an untrusted domain and enable you to connect to it.
http://scug.be/christopher/2013/01/06/orchestrator-2012-runbook-server-in-an-untrusted-ad-domain/

Hope this helps
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That does not explain, I want to install Runbook Designer on my desktop but when I install it, it asks for the management server, and that management server is in a untrusted domain, not the domain where my desktop is in.

What I see you cannot install the Runbook Designer on my desktop, because the management server is in the untrusted domain.
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Leon Taljaard earned 840 total points
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Hi

It should have given you an idea. What you would need to do is run the setup or open the runbook designer as a user that is a member of the group that was selected when Orchestrator was installed in the untrusted domain.

I assume you have connectivity to this untrusted domain, you can remote to machines in this domain ?

If you have no connectivity at all you will not be able to use runbook designer on any runbook server in that domain.

Have a look at this KB article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2779526

Thanks
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