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selected domain is read only and cannot be used as a target

asanka
asanka W/ Alumni Posts: 49 Security Scout

Hi All,

 

I'm getting the below error when importing clients to the policy manager.user has full access rights.any idea?Smiley Indifferent

 

"selected domain is read only and cannot be used as a target"

 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

 

Comments

  • dandelion
    dandelion W/ Alumni Posts: 31 Junior Protector

    Is this target domain bound to any ActiveDirectory synchronization rule? 

  • asanka
    asanka W/ Alumni Posts: 49 Security Scout

    hi Dandelion,

     

    Yes.there is a ActiveDirectory synchronization rule.

     

    Thanks

  • dandelion
    dandelion W/ Alumni Posts: 31 Junior Protector

    Hi,

     

    by design, the domains bound to AD synchronization rules can't be updated manually. You should use another domain for the hosts you'd like to add. 

  • asanka
    asanka W/ Alumni Posts: 49 Security Scout

    HI,

     

    You meant sub domain?how to create a another domain and add clients?Please elaborate

     

    Thanks

  • asanka
    asanka W/ Alumni Posts: 49 Security Scout

    HI,

     

    Thanks.issue is resolved now.just a another question.i just updated policy manger 12 to 12.20 and clients to 12.20 but client security shows cross mark saying that network connections malfunction.Please reply

     

    Thanks

  • dandelion
    dandelion W/ Alumni Posts: 31 Junior Protector

    Hello, 

     

    it's hard to say without specific data from your environment what's wrong. Please contact the F-Secure support on that issue. 

  • Vad
    Vad W/ Alumni Posts: 1,069 Cybercrime Crusader

    Hello asanka,

     

    Network connections malfunction most likely is shown because F-Secure Anti-Virus Firewall Daemon service failed to start for some reason.

    To find the reason, additional information from affected machine(s) is required.

     

    Best regards,

    Vad

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