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Several various tech questions about v2.0

1. After the schema is extended, does iFolder even use the
httpd_nw_additions.conf file? If so, for what?

2. What is the iFolder_ServerAgent user used for?

3. Is there a context search limit? Reason I ask is, I had to create

the ifolder objects using the tree admin in my "O" because no
other "admin equivilent" object would work. But when I go to the Mgmt

Console, Global Settings, User LDAPS - and click on ifolder_ldap01
object, I get nothing. It just sits there querying the LDAP server.

Every thing else works, but I can't add search contexts.

Thanks guys
Mike



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