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howto delete IFR Objects, like netware license file


i am having problems deleting a netware license file from the edir. It
is IFR protected and the current admin user does not have rights to
delete the file or gain access to it

it is relevant to the DSfW provisioning that now fails to samify this
object.

7008305 -

Provisioning wizard samify task fails on Netware server license
objects

Unfortunatly i can't find this TID, seems deleted

Anyone who can help me out?

Thanks in advance.


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Re: howto delete IFR Objects, like netware license file


'DSfW provisioning wizard samify task fails on Netware server license
object'
(http://www.novell.com/support/viewContent.do?externalId=7008305&sliceId=1)
does show up for me in FF9 -

Environment

Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 SP3 (OES 2SP3)
Domain Services for Windows
DSFW

Situation
Install of DSFW reports a failure in the provisioning wizard on Samify
Objects.

2011-03-15 10:59:05 samifying
nLSLicenseID=SN:91555555,nLSPublisher=Novell+nLSProduct=NetWare 6
Server+nLSVersion=650,dc=novell,dc=com
NDS error: no such value (-602) at
/opt/novell/xad/lib64/perl/XAD/secure.pm
line 497, <DATA> line 819.
at /opt/novell/xad/lib64/perl/Logger.pm line 119
Logger::_err('NDS error: no such value (-602) at
/opt/novell/xad/lib64/perl...') called at
/opt/novell/xad/lib64/perl/Logger.pm
line 202
Logger::Log(0, 'NDS error: no such value (-602) at
/opt/novell/xad/lib64/perl...') called at
/opt/novell/xad/lib64/perl/XAD/secure.pm line 509
secure::samify_all_domain_objects('frd_install=HASH(0x660290)')
called at
/opt/novell/xad/share/dcinit/provision/provision_samify.pl line 48
2011-03-15 10:59:05,371 INFO - Samification of User and Group
Objects:Finished
Samifying Objects
Resolution
The samify task reports an error, but all user and group objects
appear to be
samified. To verify if a user or group is samified look at the other
tab in iManager and see if there is a samaccountname attribute. If so
then the user is samified.

You can skip this task with out any issues.

Once DSfW is installed on the server do the following ldapsearch on the
DSfW server

LDAPCONF=/etc/opt/novell/xad/openldap/ldap.conf /usr/bin/ldapsearch -Y
EXTERNAL
-b "" '(&(objectClass=user)(!(sAMAccountName=*)))' dn:

This search will retrun all users with out a samaccountname.
You can do the same search for objetclass=group
Need the samify objects task to skip NLS:License Certificate objects.
If a user or group in the domain is not samified modifying the user or
using the domaincntrl utility.

To use the domaincntrl utility to samify users first get a kerberos
ticket then
kinit administrator
enter the administrators password at the prompt
Then run domaincntrl --samify
Select the container you wish to samify users and groups in.


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Re: howto delete IFR Objects, like netware license file

bigg wrote:

>
> i am having problems deleting a netware license file from the edir. It
> is IFR protected and the current admin user does not have rights to
> delete the file or gain access to it
>
> it is relevant to the DSfW provisioning that now fails to samify this
> object.
>
> 7008305 -
>
> Provisioning wizard samify task fails on Netware server license
> objects
>
> Unfortunatly i can't find this TID, seems deleted
>
> Anyone who can help me out?
>
> Thanks in advance.


Do you still have netware in your tree? If so, dreamlan has a utility
to nuke but its a NLM so hence the question.

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