Creating routing rules based on Active Directory site
This rule lets you create routing rules based on the subnets that are found for the sites in your Active Directory.
To create routing rules based on Active Directory
On the Tasks menu, on Routing Rules Tasks , click Configure Active Directory Site Routing.
In the Configure Active Directory Site Routing dialog box, do the following:
Under Domain\Domain controller group box, in the Name field, enter the domain controller name, and click Connect.
The information on the sites and subnets for the domain is cached on the Application Server. Next time, when you launch the Configure Active Directory Site Routing dialog box, you can select the domain controller from the Name field and CCS automatically displays the sites and subnet information of the selected domain.
In the Specify Credentials for <name of the domain controller> dialog box, do the following, and then click OK:
Enter the user name for the domain controller.
Enter the password for the domain controller.
All the subnets that are present in the Active Directory site are displayed in the Subnets grid that comes under Routing.
In the Subnets grid, do one of the following:
Select the subnet that you want to use to create a subnet based routing rule and click Create Routing Rule.
Right-click the Active Directory rule and select Create Routing Rule.
In the Select a CCS Manager or a Site dialog box, do the following:
In the left-hand pane, select the scope that performs jobs on your assets.
In the right-hand pane, select the site or the CCS Manager, and then click Add.
The routing rule is created and displayed in the Subnets grid.
Click OK to exit the Configure Active Directory Site Routing dialog box.
To view the routing rule, go to Routing Tasks > Manage Routing Rules. The routing rule is created and listed at the bottom of the Routing Rules grid of the Manage Routing Rules - Settings view.