Use this dialog box to provide the display name, domain name, LDAP path, and credentials to log on to the local machine or Active Directory domain for which you are establishing a connection for use with Process Manager.
Use a name that will identify this location (local machine or domain). The name you provide will appear in list boxes in Process Designer, wherever you are asked to select users or groups when assigning workflow participants (approvers, recipients, requesters, etc.).
The machine name or Active Directory domain name.
Specify the location for the users and groups you are creating a connection to. For a local machine, include WinNT:// and the machine name. For an Active Directory domain, use LDAP:// and the name of the domain. See "Configuring users and groups".
For a local machine, type the machine name and a backslash, followed by the logon ID for an authorized user (machinename\username), and then enter and confirm the password. For a domain, include the domain name and a backslash, followed by the logon ID for an authorized user (domainname\username), and then enter and confirm the password.
Note: If the password for the authorized domain user is changed at some point, you will need to remember to return to this setting and provide the new password.
The advanced domain settings are additional (usually optional) Active Directory settings, and are generally filled in automatically. If you are unsure of these settings or need to make changes, contact the domain administrator.
To enable the creation of an Exchange mailbox when using the
Create/Delete user action in the Active Directory action
group in Process Designer, you need to provide the appropriate
values in the msExchHomeServerName attribute and homeMDB
attribute fields. See the LANDesk Process Manager release notes
for instructions on determining these values.