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Cannot login to GMS after upgrade to 2.0

Hi
I upgraded from version 1.2 to 2.0 on Sunday. Everything worked fine and mail flowed after the upgrade. I also changed the authentication method from LDAP to GroupWise per the recommendation in Danita's book. Everything appeared fine. I restarted the service. We had no problems on Monday but today, Tuesday morning, we are unable to connect to the server INCLUDING admin access to the Admin Web Console. I get the "Invalid user name/password" error. I have restarted GMS again and all services are running but still cannot access the console.
I would appreciate any help. Thanks,
Rod
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Re: Cannot login to GMS after upgrade to 2.0

rjfraser wrote:

> I also changed the authentication
> method from LDAP to GroupWise per the recommendation in Danita's book.


If you changed the authentication to GroupWise, then you probably can't log into
the web admin as "admin" - have you tried root?

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GroupWise Mobility Service 2.0 Guide - http://bit.ly/1cv13RE


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Re: Cannot login to GMS after upgrade to 2.0

Thanks, Danita, worked like magic 🙂
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Re: Cannot login to GMS after upgrade to 2.0

A follow up question:

Having changed from LDAP authentication to GroupWise, what do I need to do in GMS to accommodate this change. With LDAP I added uses to a group in C1 and they got added to Mobility. Reading Danita's book, it looks like this now has to be done through a GroupWise distribution list. Does this mean deleting the C1 group, which will remove all users from GMS, add a distribution list? What is this going to do to all the devices out in the field? Is there some documentation on how to make this transition? Or should I just go back to LDAP?

Thanks, Rod
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