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Intruder lockouts.

Hello everybody,
I upgraded my first netware server to Linux 11 sp2 OES sp1 few months ago; some users that are attaching to the netware servers get "intruder lockouts" when accessing files or directories on the Linux server. There is no network drives pointing to it; they are using UNC or shortcuts to connect to the NSS volume on the Linux server.

Any ideas what's going on?
Any hints in how to fix this issue will be greatly appreciate it.

Thank you.
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Is it always the same group of users? And the error does not appear if NOT attached to NetWare first?

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Hello Peter,

Yes, they are typically the same users. They attach first to the Netware servers so are you saying that they should first attach to the Linux server?

Thank you.
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By first attaching to a Linux box is worth a try, but that doesn't answer the underlying question of why it is happening. Perhaps there is something not totally in sync in eDir causing the lookup from NetWare be "incomplete?"

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peterkuo;2290755 wrote:
By first attaching to a Linux box is worth a try, but that doesn't answer the underlying question of why it is happening. Perhaps there is something not totally in sync in eDir causing the lookup from NetWare be "incomplete?"


I found a solution of the problems.

Support | Login to workstation only & persistent mappings triggers intruder lockout

Thank you Peter.
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Ah. Thank you for the follow-up!

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