On 08/28/2012 11:21 AM, Rich Megginson wrote:
On 08/28/2012 10:19 AM, Wes Hardin wrote:
> On 08/28/2012 10:23 AM, Wes Hardin wrote:
>> When viewing replication agreements in the 389-console (under the Configuration
>> tab, Replication, userRoot), the first time I select each replication agreement,
>> I am greeted by an error window titled "Insufficient Permissions"
>> user cn=root does not have the permission to perform this operation."
> I found I am able to get rid of this error popup by populating the
> field for each replication agreement. I am able to set and save the description
> under the "Configuration" tab, but I still cannot modify the schedule or
> connection details here.
What is your platform? What version of 389-ds-base, 389-admin, and
389-ds-console? Are you logging into the console as "admin" or as
"cn=directory manager"? Do you have any trouble editing any other
fields in any other config tabs, or is this problem strictly limited to
editing replication agreements? Have you filed a ticket at
cn=root is my directory manager account.
I'm using 389-console 1.1.7-0ubuntu1 on Kubuntu 12.04, but I have colleagues who
run the 389-console from the server (389-console-1.1.7-3.el5.noarch) and see the
These are the packages on the server, which is CentOS 5.7:
# rpm -qa 389-\*
I use the Apache Directory Studio for most of my general directory data
management. I typically only use the 389-console for 389-specific configuration
changes. The only other time I notice getting this message is when I first
click on the "Configuration" tab. I am still able to change values and click
save them though. I tested this by changing the max number of entries returned.
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