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NMAS Re-Install

Hello,

we have the problem decsribed in TID 10091939.

So i want to re-intall NMAS on our NetWare 6.5 SP5 server. Currently installed is NMAS 2.4.0.

How can i do that? I cannot find any TID for that procedure.

Thank you in advance
Andreas Ebert
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Re: NMAS Re-Install

Maybe you should simply install the latest Security Services patch on your
server. This will install NMAS 3.1.2 as part of its installation and
should (hopefully) register the required LDAP extensions.

http://download.novell.com/Download?buildid=0HLVzEw7UiA~

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NMAS Re-Install

extensions used to be added by running nmasinst -m
iirc, the "-m" option has been removed from current nmasinst builds.
if this is true you should get along with
nmasinst -i cn=admin.o=container treename



> Hello,
>
> we have the problem decsribed in TID 10091939.
>
> So i want to re-intall NMAS on our NetWare 6.5 SP5 server. Currently

installed is NMAS 2.4.0.
>
> How can i do that? I cannot find any TID for that procedure.
>
> Thank you in advance
> Andreas Ebert


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Re: NMAS Re-Install

Hi Mathias,

thanks a lot.

I am going to install SP6 next weekend on our NetWare 6.5 cluster and the updated nmas will hopefully correct our problem.

Otherwise i will try "nmasinst -i cn=admin.o=container treename".

Greetings from Fürth
UVEX Safety Group GmbH
Andreas Ebert
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Re: NMAS Re-Install

Hello,

I installed SP6 and it did not help to fix the NMAS problem.

But "nmasinst -i cn=admin.o=container treename" worked perfectly.

Mathias you are the best!

Thank you

UVEX Safetygroup GmbH
Andreas Ebert
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Re: NMAS Re-Install

Hi,

I had the exact same problem. I installed the NMAS Security Pack
2.0.3 first and then did the nmasinst.
The first time I ran nmasinst -i admin.xxx TreeName it did not work. I
rebooted again and the second time I saw the extentions on the LDAP
server object and all started working correctly.

Thanks for the very helpfull post!

Marty


Andreas Ebert wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I installed SP6 and it did not help to fix the NMAS problem.
>
> But "nmasinst -i cn=admin.o=container treename" worked perfectly.
>
> Mathias you are the best!
>
> Thank you
>
> UVEX Safetygroup GmbH
> Andreas Ebert


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