are you giving domain name as eg: Microsoft or microsoft.com/in
It should have the complete FQDN of the domain i guess
Also, the Username is Domain\username or username@domain or simply username?
Hi Rajeev, I am using FQDN. And the user is given as domain\username.
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Can the server actually communicate with the Domain Controller?
Make sure you have added the correct Network information into the VGP along with DNS entries as well.
Also check that the network setting in your template is correct and also for Windows Firewall.
There is a difference between Domain and Public network zones in Windows.
Also can you check the RSCD Agent log on the VM as well as the Event Viewer to see if there are any errors related to Domain as well. Please post any relevant information back so we can help
Let us know
Thank you for your time and information.
The issue is now resolved. It was my mistake . I was using the domain log-on as domain\user. I changed it to user@FQDN_of_domain and it worked as expected. I got this information from support. There is KA as well on this.
Glad that you resolved it
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