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Must enter entire user context to login to messenger???

Just completed upgrade to GW 6.5,NW 5.1,SP5, installed Messenger
w/sp1. GW
6.5 seems to be running great. However, I must use the entire user
context
to login.??? I am missing something really simple here...

Assistance???

Thanks,

Tony ...
tony_strother@ncsu.edu



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Re: Must enter entire user context to login to messenger???

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Re: Must enter entire user context to login to messenger???

I had the same problem, Make sure LDAP is running and make sure it is
configured Console1 on the service.

Doug

>>> Tony Strother<tony_strother@ncsu.edu> 8/30/2003 10:15:40 AM >>>


Just completed upgrade to GW 6.5,NW 5.1,SP5, installed Messenger
w/sp1. GW
6.5 seems to be running great. However, I must use the entire user
context
to login.??? I am missing something really simple here...

Assistance???

Thanks,

Tony ...
tony_strother@ncsu.edu

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Re: Must enter entire user context to login to messenger???

What do you mena by this " configured Console1 on the service."
"Doug Mallory" <Doug.Mallory@bhisland.c0m> skrev i meddelandet news:kk06b.20072$586.16432@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
I had the same problem, Make sure LDAP is running and make sure it
is configured Console1 on the service.

Doug

>>> Tony Strother<tony_strother@ncsu.edu> 8/30/2003 10:15:40 AM >>>

Just completed upgrade to GW 6.5,NW 5.1,SP5, installed Messenger =w/sp1. GW
6.5 seems to be running great. However, I must use the entire user
context
to login.??? I am missing something really simple here...

Assistance???

Thanks,

Tony ...
tony_strother@ncsu.edu



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Re: Must enter entire user context to login to messenger???

I had this same problem and after a bit of troubleshooting, I found
out
that I misread the instructions on setting up the user account for
messanger to access LDAP. I assigned the rights to the 7 nnm
attributes
and browse rights at the MessengerService container instead of the
organization (or root) where they were suposed to go.

After fixing the rights, I was able to login and use Messenger just
fine. Actually, I suspect that I would have encountered other
problems
with Messenger after having logged in with full context if I had
played
around a bit more at that point.



Tony Strother wrote:

> Just completed upgrade to GW 6.5,NW 5.1,SP5, installed Messenger

w/sp1. GW
> 6.5 seems to be running great. However, I must use the entire user

context
> to login.??? I am missing something really simple here...
>
> Assistance???
>
> Thanks,
>
> Tony ...
> tony_strother@ncsu.edu





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