Could someone tell me what type of entry I could create (inetOrgPerson, account, etc) in the ou=Profile,dc=eagleaccess,dc=com directory that would allow me to have a proxy password entry without a password policy overlay control?
I think this is my last hurdle to get through here.
From: Aaron Richton [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Mon 8/27/2007 5:20 PM
To: Paul J. Pathiakis
Subject: RE: Syncrepl and proxyAgent password expiration
Something is clearly feeding
> ppolicy_bind: Entry cn=proxyAgent,ou=Profile,dc=eagleaccess,dc=com
to your server. If you're looking to deprecate that and make a new DN
starting "uid=proxyAgent", you're going to have to change everything that
has the old one.
On Mon, 27 Aug 2007, Paul J. Pathiakis wrote:
> just as someone was answering the question, I got the second part of it
> by just using the rootdn of the master provider. (I went back to square
> one and wiped everything on the consumer.) Now, I'm stuck with a
> "simple" problem of the Solaris 9 clients in my network coming back with
> the Error 49 problem of invalid credentials. I've created a security
> object for the proxyAgent and I'm trying to initialize its use.
> However, this now has a userid attribute instead of cn. Is this going
> to cause me any grief?
> Thank you,
> Paul Pathiakis