I'm using FDS 1.0.4-1 on fedora 7. This is syncing to an Active
Directory server on Windows Server 2003. Everything is working pretty
well as far as passwords/attributes syncing back and forth. If I create
a new user in AD, everything comes across as expected. If I create a
user in FDS using the Fedora Management Console, add the ntuserdomainid
and set ntusercreatenewaccount to true, then the new user is also
created in AD and everything is peachy.
Unfortunately now I'm trying to add users through a perl/php script. If
I set the exact same attributes that I'm setting through the Management
Console, I get this error in the logs:
windows_replay_update: Cannot replay add operation.
The only nt attributes I'm setting are ntuserdomainid and
ntusercreatenewaccount (along with the ntuser objectclass). The user is
created fine in FDS and has the NT attributes checked if I look at it
through the management console. The user is _not_ created in AD
Is there something I'm missing? Is there another attribute I need to
send? Is there a 'hidden' script that the management console calls to
create an AD user?
Any help would be appreciated.
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