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Set up polling of user data across domains

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 17, 2017

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Enabling UDT to poll user data, essentially by retrieving event log data, on an AD domain controller outside the local domain of the UDT server requires setup both in UDT and the AD domain controller. UDT supports the following methods for getting event log data from another domain:

  • Eventing6 (preferred method): For more information, visit the Microsoft website.
  • WMI: this method is supported across all Windows platforms.

UDT collects user information through a scheduled job called Remote Event Log (REL).

 
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