Disable a Domain for Active Directory or LDAP

You can disable an Active Directory or Lightweight Directory Access Path (LDAP) domain at any point. When you disable it, the domain continues to exist, but it cannot be used.

IMPORTANT: When domain authentication is disabled, users who belong to the domain can no longer access the array. For users who are already logged in to the array, any new operation results in an error. Local account access is still permitted.
  1. Go to AdministrationSecurityDirectory<your_service>.
  2. From the More Actions menu, select Disable.
  3. Click Confirm in the warning box.