To configure advanced settings using IIS:
Director attempts to perform searches at the forest level using the Active Directory global catalog. If the administrator does not have permissions to search at the forest level, only the domain is searched.
Connector.ActiveDirectory.Domains = (user),(server)
The value attributes user and server represent the domains of the Director user (the administrator) and Director server respectively.
To enable searches from an additional domain or forest, add the name of the domain to the list, as shown in this example:
Connector.ActiveDirectory.Domains = (user),(server),ENDUSERDOMAIN
For each domain in the list, Director attempts to perform searches at the forest level. If the administrator does not have permissions to search at the forest level, only the domain is searched.
If Director is already installed, configure it to work with multiple sites. To do this, use the IIS Manager Console on each Director server to update the list of server addresses in the application settings.
Service.AutoDiscoveryAddresses = SiteAController,SiteBController
where SiteAController and SiteBController are the addresses of Delivery Controllers from two different sites.
By default, the Activity Manager in Director displays a list of all the running applications and the Windows description in the title bars of any open applications for the user's session. This information can be viewed by all administrators that have access to the Activity Manager feature in Director. For Delegated Administrator roles, this includes Full administrator, Delivery Group administrator, and Help Desk Administrator.
To protect the privacy of users and the applications they are running, you can disable the Applications tab from listing running applications.
UI.TaskManager.EnableApplications = false