I've never heard of this happening. What version of the windows console do you have?
The only thing I can suggest for now is to compare the
configuration DS's access log when you connect locally, and when
you connect from the windows box.
For example on my test system (localhost.localdomain), where I
use example.com as the admin domain, I see this in the access log
when I open the server group folder in the console:
Two entries are returned (nentries): one for Admin Server and one
for DS. If you are correct, you would be seeing nentries=1 from
the windows box session.
So, start a "tail -f" on the DS access log of the Directory
Server that has the o=netscaperoot suffix. Note there is log
buffering of 30 seconds. Then log in to the console locally and
check for this search in your "tail -f" output (you might have to
wait 30 seconds for the buffering). Keep the "tail -f" running,
and then do the same thing after logging in from the windows box.
Are the results/nentries different? Are you even seeing the
connection/search? Please post your access log output showing the
two searches, like I did above.
2016-09-27 22:33 GMT+01:00 wodel youchi <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I am using 389DS on Centos7 x64
[root@idm01 ~]# rpm -qa | grep 389
A week ago I started having a weird problem using the 389DS's java management console remotely.
If I connect locally with the console, I get the two entries of the directory server under server group :
- Administration server
- Directory server
But when I use the console from another machine, a Windows machine with the management console installed on it, I get only the "Administration server" entry.
So I cannot access the directory server to modify entries.
I am using the 'Directoy Manager' to login to the console.
I didn't find anything special on the error and access logs from neither the admin server no from the directory server.
any idea where to search.Regards.
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