The Quest Authentication Services (QAS) Unix ("Unix Account") tab is not appearing when viewing user account properties in the ActiveRoles Server MMC.
The tab does appear in Active Directory Users and Computers.
QAS Control Center is installed, and the latest ActiveRoles Server Support pack for QAS.
The Unix tabs are appearing in the Active Roles Web Interface.
The Unix tab in ARS is not part of the QAS Support Pack, but a part of the QAS client that is also installed. The Display Specifiers for ActiveRoles Server need to be installed.
Log on onto the Active Roles server as a user with Enterprise Admin rights where QAS is installed.
Note: Any account without Enterprise Admin rights will not work.
For Authentication Services 4.x, do the following:
1. Open a Command Prompt as Administrator and change directory to:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest Software\Authentication Services for 64-bit Operating System (default installation location)
2. Run the following command:
DsReg.vbs /add /provider:LDAP
3. The run the following command:
DsReg.vbs /add /provider:EDMS
4. On the ActiveRoles server, restart the Active Roles service for the changes to take effect.
Enterprise admin rights are required as the Display Specifiers are stored with the Active Directory (AD) Configuration. Display Specifiers are not schema updates and the process is reversible. This process only needs to be done once within the AD forest. Please note that when installing the specific options for ARS some additional rights are also required as outlined in article SOL46990. The account used to run the utility must be a DS Administrator.
For more details refer to Quest Solution 46990 - "Unix Account tab not visible through ActiveRoles Server Console. Error "FAILED with error code: 80004003""
Also, installing AdminTools on your workstation may help show that if your schema was extended. If you install admin tools & launch ADU&C, check the properties of a user - it should have the Unix tab. If it doesn't, you may need to re-run the QAS Control Center and update the AD schema. (Preferences | Custom unix attributes).