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EEPC support for computers out of domain

Hi Everyone.

I have EEPC 6.1.3 and ePO 4.6

We have some request from our final users to install EEPC in a few computers out of domain. All the information in the documentation says that EEPC requires AD.

Yes. EEPC 6 requires Active Directory . If you do not use Active Directory for user management, you should stay on EEPC 5. There are some plans on the roadmap to support other LDAPs, but those will not be immediately available in EEPC 6.1.

What happens if I do not use Active Directory or an LDAP server?If you do not use Active Directory or another supported LDAP server, EEPC 6.0 will not be able to reference any user information. For example, you will not be able to assign a user to a system.

Is there any way to have this computers out of domain with EEPC? It's expected to have this functionality in EEPC 7?

Regards.

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Re: EEPC support for computers out of domain

The computer does not have to be in a domain, but you need the users to exist in your ad so you can assign them to machines.

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Re: EEPC support for computers out of domain

Hello Simon.

i have an Querry.

If the Systems is not in Domain, how can we assign the user to that particular system?.

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The same way you would do for systems in the domain. Install the agent, sync, and they'll show up in ePO where you can add users. You still need AD for the users!

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Re: EEPC support for computers out of domain

exactly what georgec said

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