Is it normal or even useful to have an iPrint appliance showing as a server object in the main eDir tree?
ndsrepair -T shows it as
"Server is in a different tree:" which makes sense.
But of course the NetWare boxes complain with
"ERROR: Could not connect. Error : -630"
These are seen cleaning up a system that is new to me, so of course finding 'interesting' things from its long history.
I am suspecting that object shouldn't be in the main eDir tree, but was somehow in there, possibly a previous in tree iPrint OES box that is gone.
I see stuck obituaries pointing to it, so want to see your thoughts before deleting the object, as I ask the client more about its history.
Andy of KonecnyConsulting.ca in Toronto
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