If your organization uses Active Directory authentication as its authentication method for Workflow, you may need to add one or more Active Directory server connections. In Workflow Explorer, you can add Active Directory server connections at any time. For example, you might need to connect to an Active Directory server in a new location.
Before you add an Active Directory server connection, you need to collect the following information:
NETBIOS domain name of the Active Directory server computer
Credentials for Active Directory
The user name and password of an account that can connect to the Active Directory and retrieve user information
To add Active Directory server connections
On the computer on which Workflow Designer is installed, click Start > All Programs > Symantec > Workflow Designer > Tools > Workflow Explorer.
On the Symantec Workflow Explorer screen in the toolbar at the top of the screen, click Credentials.
In the left pane, click Active Directory.
In the right pane, click Add New.
In the New AD Connection Profile dialog box under Remote Security, enter the IP address or computer name of the domain controller in the Domain Controller field. We recommend that you make sure the domain controller is available by pinging the address. In the Domain field, enter the NETBIOS Domain name. Then enter the credentials for the domain controller .
Under Connection Parameters, change the Default Timeout setting, if necessary.
Under General, type the name of the profile.
If this profile is the default profile, check Is Default.
Under Remote Security, type the NETBIOS name of the domain that you want to authenticate.
Type the user name and password.
Repeat steps 4 through 11 for each additional server connection.
Close Workflow Explorer.
(Optional) If you have not selected Active Directory as your authentication method, then you need to select Active Directory Authentication as your authentication method.