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No iprint administration after DNS suffix changed

Hello,

we have changed our dns suffix recently from company.local - to company.lan.

Since then the administration of our iprint in Imanager refuses to work.

iPrint itself works, so we can access to http://servername/ipp and install all the printers.

What does not work:
1. Access to http://servername/psmstatus -> gives a blank page
2. Administrating iPrint items in iManager,
fe: Manage Print Manager - Manager Control -> blank page (Idetification tab works)
Access Control -> ok
Configuration -> blank page

So iPrint works as it is now, but we can't change anything. Any hints where I can start to check what logfiles?

When I try to configure iPrint from another iManager from another Server, I will get the error:
java.net.SocketException: Unexpected end of file from server
IPP Error: 0x1007


System: OES2 SP3 - recently patched.

BTW2: There are also the netstorage and GW Webaccess (8.0.2) pages -> both work well.
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Re: No iprint administration after DNS suffix changed

Solved:

According to TID 3897348 we changed the certificate path(which we renewed after dns change) in /etc/opt/novell/httpd/conf.d/iprint_g.conf from

LDAPTrustedCA /etc/opt/novell/certs/SSCERT.pem

to
LDAPTrustedCA /etc/ss./servercerts/servercert.pem


Now we can configure iPrint again. Psmstatus page works too.

Gunnar
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