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Only admin can log into WebAccess

I've just migrated a GW system from NetWare 6.5 to OES11/SLES11 SP1 and upgraded to GW2012.

As admin I can log into WebAccess 2012 (running on same server) but not as any other user. Cannot find any errors in the log files neither. Btw: DataSync is working fine using SOAP...

Server is using one IP address, (where WebAccess, LDAP etc is running on), while the GW agents are on a secondary address SOAP is set up with SSL, PO uses LDAP authentication also over SSL.

I've tried to disable SSL all over, set up basic authentication without LDAP etc. Still no go for others then admin 😞

Patrick Frontéri # GroupWiseR of Norway # Active part of the OpenHorizons and NetworkPartners.no Collaboration
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