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Appliance Migration Source Print Manager

I am trying to migrate from an iPrint server running SLES 11 SP2, OES 11 SP1 to the appliance and keep running into an issue where after telling miggui which servers to migrate from and to and selecting iPrint services, when I try to select the Source Print Manager I keep receiving a popup error message saying that "This is not an active print manager on Source". This is the only Print Manager in my organization and it is active and operational, what do I need to do in order to convince miggui that the manager is active?

By the way my certificates are self signed and not expired on the source iPrint server, but I have not yet toggled the LDAP certificate on it yet to force a refresh.

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