zengfuyang
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"Non-domain" settings for App Volumes

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On the Active Directory tab, there is a "Non-domain" settings. I don't what mean for this settings and how it works if i have this setting. Anybody can help understanding this setting? Thanks.

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JaceJ
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If you don't have that box checked you can't attach a stack to a system that's not on the domain.  So if you have a VM which ym have not attached to your Active directory and attempt to attach a stack to it without that box checked it won't work.  At least this is my understanding of it through testing.

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JaceJ
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If you don't have that box checked you can't attach a stack to a system that's not on the domain.  So if you have a VM which ym have not attached to your Active directory and attempt to attach a stack to it without that box checked it won't work.  At least this is my understanding of it through testing.

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zengfuyang
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Thanks for your Info. But I want to know if the computer doesn't in domain, how to appstack attach to the computer? The the computer cannot be find in appvolume manager.

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Ray_handels
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If you have a computer that has the Appvolumes agent installed it will register itself in the manager.

Just go to directory --> Computers and the machine should be there. You could attach appstack from there by clicking on the machine and select Assign Appstacks.

Or just attach the appstacks to the user.