elphantasmo Absent Member.
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Can't Delete OUs

I re-reorganized our new edirectory tree, putting all user OUs in a parent folder called users, instead of directly under the single organization in the tree; this is to allow for simpler LDAP searches and user authentication while easily avoiding all the system stuff, i.e. users.mycompany. However, now I can't delete the old OUs the users were formerly in. I can't delete an empty OU. There are 2 other OES11 servers attached to the current tree. I have full admin rights. What am I missing?
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Re: Can't Delete OUs

elphantasmo wrote:

> What am I missing?

eDirectory is now a NetIQ product. You will likely get a quicker
response if you asked in one of the eDirectory forums.


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Re: Can't Delete OUs

When you repost to the eDir/Linux newsgroup, do include what you mean exactly by "can't delete the old OUs," such as errors, tool used, and any other observations.

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