Hi, i have a ss4000-e, fs-bc - 1.4-b709. Time of the ss4000-e is the same of the AD but in the log i alls have the message : The clocks of the storage system and the Active Directory server differ by more than five minutes.
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Re: Can´t CONNET to AD
You have to make sure that the clock of your NAS is synchronized with the ActiveDirectory. Configure your NAS to use NTP. This should be under the clock configuration screen. Enter the IP address of your domain controller(s) as the NTP server address.
Also, it would be a good idea to make sure that you domain controllers are synchronized with a root time source (on the Internet). In order to do that, run the following command on all you DCs.
C:\>net time /setsntp:br.pool.ntp.org
Of course, your DCs must be able to access the internet on port UDP 123.
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