Thanks to those who helped me get my server authenticating to AD, one more question then I’ll hopefully be all set
My “chat domain” is call schchat but my AD domain is alpha.company.com when my users try to log onto the server should they be putting User@schchat, User@alpha.company.com, User@schchat.alpha.company.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
The last example above is what their e-mail address shows up as. Client is Pandion if that makes a difference.
I am not specifically familiar with Pandion but XMPP authentication is based on the JID. So your authentication is based on the name you gave your server. This can be found on the initial page of the web admin (see attachment). Based on my attachment a JID would be User@chatserver.domain.com. You should have given your server a fully qualified domain name for its chat domain. One that exists in your DNS. In an AD environment the chat domain should be the same as the AD Bind name of the server you install it on.