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NBAC bpnbaz -SetupSecurity

Level 3
Hi All,

I would like to know the correct value that shoud be assigned to the "Domain" variable while running "bpnbaz -SetupSecurity" for the first time.

My setup is as follows:

- 2 clustered nodes (test1 , test2)
- Virtual name is "testnbu"
- Authentcation Broker Virtual Name is "test-nbac1"
- Autherization Virtual Name is "test-nbac2"
- No name service used in my Solaris 10 X86
- I run this command on the active node wherer AT & AZ services are running (test1)
- I wish to use unixpwd authentication type.

Note that I am using hostname.localdomain as I understand this is required by NBAC to use FQDN, I just put aliases in /etc/hosts. see my  /etc/hosts below.     test1 test1.localdomain loghost     test2 test2.localdomain     testnbu  testnbu.localdomain   test-nbac1 test-nbac1.localdomain   test-nbac2 test-nbac2.localdomain

# ./bpnbaz -SetupSecurity testnbu.localdomain -server test-nbac2.localdomain
There must be at least one Security Administrator other than
root/Administrator. Enter the userid and login information
for that Security Administrator. The specified userid will
be added to the Security Administrator Group (NBU_Security Admin)
 and to the Administrator Group (NBU_Admin).
Authentication Broker: test-nbac1.localdomain
Authentication port[ Enter = default]:
Authentication type (NIS, NIS+, WINDOWS, vx, unixpwd): unixpwd
Domain:  "What value should be assigned?"

Level 6
Employee Accredited Certified
The Domain Name, which will be the NetBIOS version of the domain (i.e. "mybox" not "").

Now, I'm a UNIX guy so I have no idea how to translate that into a real answer for you given your DNS already looks pretty funny to me.  :)  But I hope that pushes you towards the right answer!