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nlcontrol(8)						    BSD System Manager's Manual 					      nlcontrol(8)

NAME
nlcontrol -- NETLOGON secure channel utility SYNOPSIS
nlcontrol [reconfigure] status [options] status nlcontrol [options] verify nlcontrol [options] change-password DESCRIPTION
The NETLOGON channel is a secure connection to a Windows Domain Controller that is used for non-Kerberos user authentication. nlcontrol can be used to manipulate and test the status of the NETLOGON channel. OPTIONS
-domain The service will log extensive debug information and may perform extra diagnostic checks. This option is typically only useful for debugging. -help Prints a usage message and exits. -server list The service will listen on each of the TCP ports specified in the comma-separated list. This option is typically only used for debugging. nlcontrol supports the following commands: reconfigure Force the NETLOGON service to re-read its configuration information. This is not necessary in normal operation, since the NETLOGON service will detect relevant configuration changes and re-establish the secure channel automatically. status Print the current status of the NETLOGON channel without altering its state. verify Attempt to verify that the NETLOGON channel is available and working correctly. change-password Bring up the NETLOGON channel and change the password of the machine account. The machine account is used to authenticate to the Domain Controller in order to secure the channel. DIAGNOSTICS
nlcontrol will exit with a non-zero error code if the command fails. It may also display a Windows error code, which is typically self- explanatory. HISTORY
The nlcontrol utility first appeared in Mac OS 10.7. Darwin June 2, 2019 Darwin

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evmchmgr(1M)															      evmchmgr(1M)

NAME
evmchmgr - Event Manager channel manager SYNOPSIS
config_file] log_file] DESCRIPTION
The EVM channel manager is started automatically by the EVM daemon, and usually should not be run as a stand-alone program. It reads a set of channel definitions from the channel configuration file and executes the commands defined as the monitor and cleanup functions for any channel, at the configured intervals. A channel is not required to be configured with either of these periodic functions. However, the channel manager ignores any channels which do not have either of these functions. By default, the channel manager reads its configuration from the file. To specify a different configuration file, use the command. If the channel configuration file is changed while the channel manager is running, use the command to instruct the channel manager to reconfigure itself. The channel manager reconfigures itself when is run, or upon receipt of a signal. Options Sets the configuration file to config_file. The default configuration file is Sets message output to log_file. The default is When the channel manager starts, it renames any previous message file by appending to its name, and creates a new file. RETURN VALUES
The following exit values are returned: Successful completion. An error occurred. FILES
Default channel configuration file Default channel manager log file SEE ALSO
Commands kill(1), evmd(1M), evmreload(1M), evmstart(1M), evmstop(1M). Files evmchannel.conf(4). Event Management EVM(5). EVM Events EvmEvent(5). Event Filter EvmFilter(5). evmchmgr(1M)
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