Hey everyone! I've been scratching my head on this for a while now, but I can't seem to get NoMAD Login (1.4) to authenticate through our AD and pull an account on Big Sur (currently 11.2). No issues whatsoever on Catalina. I have NoMAD Login set with the correct ADDOMAIN, I even went so far as to create a krb5.conf file stating the default domain as our AD Domain.
Does anyone have a workflow I could use or a PLIST layout that works? I've played around with the one we have that works for Catalina, and can get everything working except it can't get through the AD.
I can provide more info if needed.
@JosephRecendez I had to use the 1.4 multiplatform installer that I got from the NoMad Login slack channel, and NOT use Composer. I ran my own pre and post scripts outside of the install (taken the same scripts from the 1.3 installer, just made them into separate scripts that ran "before" and "after" for the pre and post install respectively). Composer was completely botching my install. I also had to create a kerb5.conf file and put it in /etc. Big Sur was having trouble with resolving Kerberos requests.
Here's the link to the nomad-login slack channel: https://macadmins.slack.com/archives/C88MFDLV8
Here's the link to the macadmins slack channel: https://macadmins.slack.com/archives/C0EQ81YNM