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Disjoin SS4000-E from active directory

We are currently facing serious issues with our Active Directory.

Our Intel SS4000 is not accessible anymore and to solve this we need to Disjoin it from the current Active Directory domain and rejoin it under another name ...

However , there seems to be no way to change the storage device name ??

Any help or suggestions would be very much appreciated

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  • chatbiz Sep 21, 2008

    Same problem, its seem that only solution to change the name is to change Authentication Mode that will lead to data loss, I`m desparado please help!

  • Anonymous Oct 21, 2008

    I have the very same problem. As the NAS has been untouched, I can only conclude that something had been altered in a recent M$ hotfix to screw things up.

  • grogger Nov 20, 2008

    It appears that it doesn't matter what authentication mode you are in. The unit will show up in whatever workgroup or domain you set, but when you try to connect to it in Windows Explorer, you get a message saying: "\\unitname is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource.... The network path was not found."

    I also saw on Intel's site that this unit has been discontinued.


  • jppires Jan 07, 2009

    Same problem, can't update anything from active directory. Two years working well and now without any reason no connection to ad.

  • PtochosMan Feb 06, 2009

    Same problem here, no one can access the folders. Sync with AD fails. Looks like the only solution is to switch back to local authentication mode, which will wipe all the data away. Loosing the data is not an option, so I have to find a fix for this.

  • PtochosMan Feb 06, 2009

    I have the same issue, it won't sync with AD, so no one can authenticate, so no one can access their folders. Switching modes deletes the data - which is not an option. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboard...

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If a computer is a member of a domain you need to logon using the local administrator account to change the name.

Another method, which takes a little more time is to remove it from the domain, rename it and then add it back.

Remember to restart after each change.
You may also have to go into DNS and WINS and make sure that the old name is removed and the new name is associated with the IP address.

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