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8.8SP8 NICI Issues

Hi There!

I installed a new Edirectory Tree onto a Brand new fully patched 2008 r2
server as a test bed. The installation went without issue, but once the
product was installed, I could login via the NWC, but not through iManager
or though products like the GW8 Installation which require Edir Auth to
create the objects.

To resolve the problem I uninstalled the NICI installed by the Edir install,
and installed the NICI from the NWC, which then allowed me to login via
iManager/GW Install, but NOT through the NWC! Very strange and the opposite
of the effect I would have expected.

Anyone else had a similar problem.

The error was showing up as -632 Attribute not found from memory. Reverting
to an earlier snapshot of the bare machine prior to the install of edir, and
installing 8.8.7 worked fine.
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Re: 8.8SP8 NICI Issues

On Thu, 10 Oct 2013 21:34:23 +0000, Andre Southgate wrote:

> I installed a new Edirectory Tree onto a Brand new fully patched 2008 r2
> server as a test bed. The installation went without issue, but once the
> product was installed, I could login via the NWC, but not through
> iManager or though products like the GW8 Installation which require Edir
> Auth to create the objects.


Is the Windows firewall configured to allow port 524 (NCP)? That's the
most common thing I see go wrong with eDir on Windows installs.


> To resolve the problem I uninstalled the NICI installed by the Edir
> install, and installed the NICI from the NWC, which then allowed me to
> login via iManager/GW Install, but NOT through the NWC! Very strange and
> the opposite of the effect I would have expected.


Weird. I can't say that I've seen that before.


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