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How do I know if the NAC / Access Control appliance has joined the domain?

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TitleHow do I know if the NAC / Access Control appliance has joined the domain?
Question
How do I know if the NAC has joined the domain?
How do I know if the Access Control appliance has joined the LDAP domain?
 
Environment
  • LDAP
  • AD
  • Active Directory
  • NAC 
  • NAC Manager
Answer
during the last reboot cycle, the NAC will produce many messages in it's log.
To view this log
  1. SSH to the NAC
  2. cd /var/log
  3. cat tag.log
  4. look for the following string [NACInfoLogger] Joined Active Directory Domain:

See below for an example.
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Additional notes
You can also use the command 
wbinfo -t

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