I followed the steps of Red Hat document to implement Windows 2000
sync with FDS. After my "initial re-synchronization" process was done,
I checked my directory tree.
I saw some entries like "cn=Domain Admins, ou=People, dc=example,
dc=com", and it contained "Members/Static Group - uid=Administrator, ,
ou=People, dc=example, dc=com"
in its properties. But I could not find the real entry dn named
"uid=Administrator, , ou=People, dc=example, dc=com" in my ds tree. Is
it the correct result? Or I did
This looks wrong. The double comma in the DN should be illegal.
I don't believe this is a known problem -- I've never seen this
particular issue reported before.
Do you otherwise get correct sync results ?
i.e. do your regular users and groups get sync'ed ok ?
If you enable replication logging, then run a re-sync,
there will probably be something in the error log
pertaining to this entry. That might tell us what's going wrong.