This is a last ditch effort on my part to try to find a solution. I
have spent 2 months preparing, testing, and troubleshooting a FDS to AD
sync. User accounts sync fine both ways, but unfortunately that part is
not what we are truly after. We already have a user account process for
creating the accounts in both place, what we are after is password
syncing between FDS and MS AD. The Pass Sync utility has been installed
on the PDC AD machine, and the service is running, but best we can tell
it simply isn't doing anything. If you change a password in AD, it does
not get replicated to FDS. I'm really not sure where to go from here.
I was hoping to find a log where passync was writing the changes to be
replicated just to see if it was capturing them, but cannot find in the
documentation where that exists. I did find the log on the passync
directory, but all it shows is the startup of the service. Any help
would be greatly appreciated.
I have two masters (in multi-master mode, they replicate each other) and 6 slaves.
I added a new schema file in /etc/dirsrv/slapd-XXX/schema and I restarted all dirsrv. I learned later that I had to stop the replication before adding a new schema file. Because of that, the netscaperoot seems to be corrupted because I wasn't able to do replication between two masters.
So, I had to completely re-install two masters and re-import the database but is there a way to re-configure the admin part of each replica (slave) servers ? I could completely re-install slaves too but if I can reconfigure the admin so I can see all replicas in the Redhat Management Console, it would be nice.
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I'm setting up Red Hat Directory Server (RHDS) 8.1 at work, and would like
to have our LDAP clients use StartTLS when communicating with the RHDS. I've
searched the documentation, but can't seems to find any documentation on
exactly _how_ to set the RHDS and the clients to allow StartTLS. I'm sure
I've seen it somewhere in the documentation earlier, but now it's gone. Can
anyone point me to relevant documentation, either in the Fedora/RHDS manuals
or on the web? I believe the /etc/ldap.conf file on the clients should have
a line that says "ssl start_tls", but I'm definately not sure.
We're using a fairly old Fedora Directory, version 1.0.2.
fedora-ds-1.0.2-1.FC5.x86_64.opt.rpm - b4776cb6ff6c2c44b5af2f5be05493c4
What I would like to find out is which version of NSS is bundled with Fedora