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heinzholding

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Hello together,

in our company we have the following situation.

Office1 is the main office and kerio 7.1 is working as the master server with all of our internet-domains.

Now we want to set up another server in office 2 (which is connected over the internet) and where only one of our internet-domains should work.
I think an distributed domain server is the best way isn't it?

But now there is another problem, we have no Active Directory...
Am I able to use Kerios own LDAP-Service too to connect the distributed server? Or is there another way to connect these two servers?


I hope you understood what we want to do!


Thank you for any comments!
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Distributed Domain requires domain service (Active Directory or Open Directory). It cannot sync local user accounts.
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