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Trusted App Disabled Accounts

Hi there,

I'd like to find out if it is possible to use a Trusted Application to
access disabled groupwise accounts. The software I'm working on uses
Application.MultiLogin to access groupwise mailboxes, but it cannot access
accounts which have the 'disable login' setting on.

These accounts are accessible using the Proxy.Login from other user
accounts, but are they accessible at all using only the trusted
application's credentials?

thanks in advance,
Chris
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Re: Trusted App Disabled Accounts

Nope......

"All" a trusted app does, is giving you a MasterKey to use to all accounts in the system
instead of the users password......


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Re: Trusted App Disabled Accounts

I had to resort to
a) scrambling their password
or
b) Directing groupwise to use their edirectory passwords. If you do this I
believe that edirectory disables cascade up to groupwise, practically
speaking.

>>> On 11/2/2007 at 9:38 AM, in message

<yDGWi.376$P%5.370@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>,
<chris.fairclough@pixalert.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> I'd like to find out if it is possible to use a Trusted Application to
> access disabled groupwise accounts. The software I'm working on uses
> Application.MultiLogin to access groupwise mailboxes, but it cannot
> access
> accounts which have the 'disable login' setting on.
>
> These accounts are accessible using the Proxy.Login from other user
> accounts, but are they accessible at all using only the trusted
> application's credentials?
>
> thanks in advance,
> Chris

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