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iManager tree field login


Hello,

I have install my iManager on my first eDir server. I would like to use
iManager for my second eDir which is installed on other server.
But when i enter my second eDir IP address in the tree field i can't
connect. i have to enter my my tree only.

Best regards


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Re: iManager tree field login

That does not make any sense to me, but a LAN trace from the iManager box
may help. If I were to guess wildly, I would guess that the server is
able to find eDirectory on the second server, but then something happening
in NCP is unhappy. Since you did not share the error message, that guess
is not well-founded, but iManager only uses the tree field data to resolve
to a server in that tree, so using an IP or DNS name should be very
reliable unless you are using alternate ports, in which case using the
IP/DNS plus alternate port should be very reliable and, as such, is my
preferred method of getting into iManager.

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