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Re: Help with W2000 clients
Its not your search base thats the problem, you never got that far.
For some reason the client is trying to bind to the directory as
"client=MS_OutlookAddressBook,o=Microsoft,c=US" which most likely
doesnt exist in your directory. You need to get the client to bind as
an anonymous user.
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 01:20:27PM -0500, Cuenta de la lista de linux wrote:
> I have created an OpenLDAP database to store our company's address book
> entries in a Linux RedHat 7.2 server.
> My win98 clients connect well but when a win2000 clients try to connect , it
> fails and the logs show this:
> Jan 6 07:11:10 mandrake slapd: do_bind
> Jan 6 07:11:10 mandrake slapd: do_bind: version=3
> dn="client=MS_OutlookAddressBook,o=Microsoft,c=US" method=128
> ****** ***
> I do not understanad why the W2000 Outlook express client send the above
> lines to the server if I
> have configurated de search base as dc=mydomain,dc=cu.
> Jan 6 07:11:10 mandrake slapd: conn=14 op=0 BIND
> dn="CLIENT=MS_OUTLOOKADDRESSBOOK,O=MICROSOFT,C=US" method=128
> Jan 6 07:11:10 mandrake slapd: send_ldap_result: conn=14 op=0 p=3
> Jan 6 07:11:10 mandrake slapd: send_ldap_result: 49::
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