Understanding adinfo output
[james@engcen6 ~]$ adinfo
Local host name: engcen6 -->This is the hostname of the server
Joined to domain: james.vms --> This is the current domain the server is joined to
Joined as: engcen6.james.vms --> This is the FQDN of the joined server
Pre-win2K name: engcen6 --> This is the netbios name
Current DC: dc.james.vms --> This will state the current domain controller you are connected to
Preferred site: Default-First-Site-Name --> This is the Site the computer is sitting in.
Zone: james.vms/Centrify/Zones/Global/Unix --> This is the zone the server is joined to
CentrifyDC mode: connected --> This tells you if the Centrify agent is connected or disconnected from AD.
Licensed Features: Enabled --> States if a server license is used
The CentrifyDC mode is a great status to check on. You can write scripts to output the information and monitor on this. Some information on statuses that might accrue when running adinfo
CentrifyDC mode = connected --> Good
CentrifyDC mode = disconnected --> Centrify agent isn’t talking to the domain
Current DC = a domain controller --> Good
Current DC - --> Centrify agent is having a problem talking to a domain controller