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NMAS method not vaild error

Hi guys,

I have a bit of a problem here. We're setting up native file access
here, only really worried about Macs right now. Now I'm working with a
NW6.5 SP5 server.

I was trying to login from mac, but it kept failing. I think the problem
is in NMAS method. I have turned on nmas monitor and its output is
below. Any ideas? I have both Macintosh Native File Access and lsmafp
installed as you can see on the trace. Server is running LSMAFP3.NLM
(which should be the right version for Macintosh Native File Access).



Cheers,
Josef

NMAS Enterprise Edition
0: Screen and file output started at Tue Mar 28 17:21:42 2006

11: Create NMAS Session
11: NCPCheckIfLocalUser: client supplied user DN ducey.csv.bf.ucd
11: NCPCheckIfLocalUser: checking actual user DN CN=Ducey.OU=csv.OU=bf.O=ucd
11: NCPCheckIfLocalUser is a local user.
11: Server thread started
11: NMAS_CanDo StartClientSession 0
11: >>ClientPut: message size=8 queue Size 0
11: >>ClientPut: message size=7 queue Size 8
11: NMAS_CanDo sendMessage 0
11: <<ClientGet: message size=8 queue Size 0
11: >>ServerGet: message size=8 queue size 0
11: >>ServerGet: message size=7 queue size 7
11: CanDo
11: Sequence Selected == "Macintosh Native File Access"
11: Login Sequence Macintosh Native File Access not valid.
11: Login Sequence NDS is valid.
11: Login Sequence X509 Advanced Certificate is valid.
11: Login Sequence CertMutual is valid.
11: Login Sequence DIGESTMD5 is valid.
11: Login Sequence Enhanced Password is valid.
11: Login Sequence Entrust is valid.
11: Login Sequence Simple Password is valid.
11: Login Sequence Universal Smart Card is valid.
11: Login Sequence X509 Certificate is valid.
11: Login Sequence Challenge Response is valid.
11: Login Sequence Windows Native File Access is valid.
11: Login Sequence lsmafp is valid.
11: ERROR: -1660 CanDo
11: ERROR: -1660 NMAS Manager
11: <<ServerPut: message size=8 queue size 0
11: <<ServerPut: message size=4 queue size 8
11: >>ServerGet: message size=8 queue size 0
11: <<ClientGet: message size=4 queue Size 0
11: NMAS_CanDo sendMessage 0
11: Client Session Destroy Request
11: Local Session Cleared (Not Destroyed)
11: Server thread exited
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: NMAS method not vaild error

See TID 10081989 for how to update the login methods, it refers to CIFS
but the same applies to AFP.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: NMAS method not vaild error

I got this to work, after removing Macintosh Native File Access and
lsmafp methods and installing just one.

Question is, can Macintosh Native File Access and lsmafp co-exist?
Having only one means that you can only use it on Netware 6.0 or 6.5
servers, not both at the same time! Most of our file servers are 6.0 :o(

Josef


Josef Nedved wrote:
> Hi guys,
>
> I have a bit of a problem here. We're setting up native file access
> here, only really worried about Macs right now. Now I'm working with a
> NW6.5 SP5 server.
>
> I was trying to login from mac, but it kept failing. I think the problem
> is in NMAS method. I have turned on nmas monitor and its output is
> below. Any ideas? I have both Macintosh Native File Access and lsmafp
> installed as you can see on the trace. Server is running LSMAFP3.NLM
> (which should be the right version for Macintosh Native File Access).
>
>
>
> Cheers,
> Josef
>
> NMAS Enterprise Edition
> 0: Screen and file output started at Tue Mar 28 17:21:42 2006
>
> 11: Create NMAS Session
> 11: NCPCheckIfLocalUser: client supplied user DN ducey.csv.bf.ucd
> 11: NCPCheckIfLocalUser: checking actual user DN
> CN=Ducey.OU=csv.OU=bf.O=ucd
> 11: NCPCheckIfLocalUser is a local user.
> 11: Server thread started
> 11: NMAS_CanDo StartClientSession 0
> 11: >>ClientPut: message size=8 queue Size 0
> 11: >>ClientPut: message size=7 queue Size 8
> 11: NMAS_CanDo sendMessage 0
> 11: <<ClientGet: message size=8 queue Size 0
> 11: >>ServerGet: message size=8 queue size 0
> 11: >>ServerGet: message size=7 queue size 7
> 11: CanDo
> 11: Sequence Selected == "Macintosh Native File Access"
> 11: Login Sequence Macintosh Native File Access not valid.
> 11: Login Sequence NDS is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence X509 Advanced Certificate is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence CertMutual is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence DIGESTMD5 is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence Enhanced Password is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence Entrust is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence Simple Password is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence Universal Smart Card is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence X509 Certificate is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence Challenge Response is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence Windows Native File Access is valid.
> 11: Login Sequence lsmafp is valid.
> 11: ERROR: -1660 CanDo
> 11: ERROR: -1660 NMAS Manager
> 11: <<ServerPut: message size=8 queue size 0
> 11: <<ServerPut: message size=4 queue size 8
> 11: >>ServerGet: message size=8 queue size 0
> 11: <<ClientGet: message size=4 queue Size 0
> 11: NMAS_CanDo sendMessage 0
> 11: Client Session Destroy Request
> 11: Local Session Cleared (Not Destroyed)
> 11: Server thread exited

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: NMAS method not vaild error

Yes they are designed to co-exist. Login methods are actually loaded into eDirectory so as long as you have NW 6.0 and NW 6.5 servers you NEED BOTH login methods installed (lsmafp & Macintosh Native File Access).
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