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Multi Domain in One Openfire Server

Posted on 2014-04-23
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Hello ,
We have already configured openfire server with LDAP and working properly but now we have other one domain and we want to join that domain users to existing openfire server

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Mayur Gandhi
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I don't think this facility is available with network storages

At a time it can be part of one LDAP (AD) only

Instead build domain trust between both domains and give domain local groups of current domain (The domain in which filer is currently) permissions to filer resources
Add another domain (trusted domain) users to global groups in same domain and add these global groups to trusting domain domain-local groups

Mahesh.
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