You can manage the Unix-specific information for a Windows user account from the ActiveRoles Server web interface.
To Unix-enable a group
The GID Number is the unique identifier for a Unix group. Ideally, each Windows group is assigned a unique Group ID number. By default the Integration Pack generates a unique ID automatically. If you change the GID Number, the Integration Pack checks to ensure the specified value is unique among Unix-enabled groups.
To Unix-disable a group
Unix-disabling a group clears the GID.
To help you troubleshoot, One Identity recommends the following resolutions to some of the common problems you might encounter as you deploy and use the Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack .
The Integration Pack must have an Authentication Services Application Configuration available for each managed forest. During the Authentication Services Integration Setup for ActiveRoles Server, if you do not have an application configuration in list of domains, the ActiveRoles Integration Configuration Wizard displays an error message that says, "No Application Configuration Found for Authentication Services".
To make the Authentication Services Application Configuration available to the Integration Pack