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roberteleejr Absent Member.
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blank login scripts

I have two servers in my replica ring. Both are Netware 6. When I run the netware administrator logged into one of servers all of the container and user login scripts are blank. Logged into the other server running it's netware administrator the login scripts do appear. I'm thinking something with the NDS on the one server is hosed. I found document 10063496 on support.novell.com Just tried running the replica ring repair process and it still isn't working.
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: blank login scripts

The TID might only be partially valid for newer NDS versions. In fact, the repair step in the TID is only used to lock the NDS database so as to find out which replica is OK. However on eDirectory 8.x versions, NDS is not locked when doing a repair so that this "trick" to identify the good replica will not work.
In any case, the prt of the TID that is responsible for fixing the problem is the "send all objects" part. If you aren't sure which replica is complete and which one is missing objects, and provided you don't have too many objects in your tree, you might simply perform the "send all" on all replicas.
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roberteleejr Absent Member.
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Re: blank login scripts

Thanks for the reply Marcel. Apparently it took some time for all of the objects to send but it did eventually take care of the problem.
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Marcel_Cox Absent Member.
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Re: blank login scripts

Great! Thanks for the report back!
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