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kthoren Absent Member.
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OES 2 NetStorage contexts

I have an OES 2 server running NetStorage and most users can login, but some users are unable to login. I've added the contexts in iManager, but it is still not working. Is there a log I can look at? Also I thought there used to be a text file you could edit manually to add contexts does this still exist?
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Re: OES 2 NetStorage contexts


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Brunold Rainer
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Re: OES 2 NetStorage contexts


the authentication domains are stored in the registry.
On a oes 2 sp1 server you can run

# /opt/novell/xtier/bin/regedit
registry: cd /local_machine/software/Novell/XTier/Configuration/Xsrv/Authentication Domains
registry: ls

I'm not very familiar with NetStorage, but I would activate a ldap trace on the server and trying to login with a user that cannot be found. On that ldap trace you should see where it tries to find that user and you can check if it searches the contexts you specified.

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