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Issues Adding "Computers from Active Directory" for new Auto-Discovery Group

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I'm attempting to create a new auto discovery group and use the AD as the source. However, I'm getting the following error:

Error (Bad Request) The validation of at least one of the new objects failed because of the following:

Active Directory cannot be accessed for "IP Selection" (Auto discovery setting)

The object was not created. Error details Version: 17.4.33.3283 Server: 127.0.0.1:8080 URL: addgroup2.htm?id=1&name_=AD+Items&tags_=&discoverytype_=1&devicetemplate_=1&devicetemplate_=1&discoveryschedule_=0&ipselectmethod_=5&ipbase_=&iprangebegin_=1&iprangeend_=254&iplist_=&ipsubnet_=&ipoctetrange_=&iplistv6_=&ipou_=CN=Computers,DC=LTF,DC=local&usedns_=1&skipknownips_=1&windowsconnection=0&windowsconnection=1&windowslogindomain_=&windowsloginusername_=&windowsloginpassword_=&linuxconnection=0&linuxconnection=1&linuxloginusername_=&linuxloginmode_=0&linuxloginpassword_=&privatekey_=&wbemprotocol_=https&wbemportmode_=0&wbemport_=5989&sshport_=22&sshelevatedrights_=1&elevationnamesudo_=&elevationnamesu_=&elevationpass_=&sshversion_devicegroup_=2&vmwareconnection=0&vmwareconnection=1&esxuser_=&esxpassword_=&esxprotocol_=0&vmwaresessionpool_=1&dbcredentials=0&dbcredentials=1&usedbcustomport_=0&dbport_=&dbauth_=0&dbuser_=&dbpassword_=&dbtimeout_=60&cloudcredentials=0&cloudcredentials=1&awsak_=&awssk_=&snmpversiongroup=0&snmpversiongroup=1&snmpversion_=V2&snmpcommv1_=public&snmpcommv2_=public&snmpauthmode_=authpHMACMD596&snmpuser_=&snmpauthpass_=&snmpencmode_=DESPrivProtocol&snmpencpass_=&snmpcontext_=&snmpport_=161&snmptimeout_=5&httpproxy=0&httpproxy=1&proxy_=&proxyport_=8080&proxyuser_=&proxypassword_=&accessgroup=0&accessgroup=1&accessrights_=1&accessrights_=1&accessrights_201=-1 Time: 10:10:39

Any thoughts?

active-directory ad device-discovery

Created on Dec 6, 2017 6:15:51 PM by  Drtrider (0) 1



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Hi there,

Could you try "Computers,DC=LTF,DC=local" instead for searching for computers as it seems that the OU-Definition is not correct.

Best regards.

Created on Dec 7, 2017 1:03:05 PM by  Dariusz Gorka [Paessler Support]



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