After upgrading CCM to 4.1(3), an upgrade of IPCC Express to 4.0(1) was required. CCM upgrade went great. When I upgraded IPCC, all was well until the point where I had to use BARS to restore my 3.3 data to the new installation. The restore was unsuccessful on the BARS server and the installation ended on the IPCC box. At the suggesstion of TAC, I uninstalled and reinstalled CRS. After the reinstall, I tried again to restore the 3.3 data. The process went well until I was prompted to reboot the server. When it came back up, it should have continued with the data migration, but I received the following message:
"The Update Utility is unable to connect to the LDAP. Please check your connection to the LDAP and rerun the Update Utility."
The BARS server started the restore process over prompting me to start the CRS installation process again. I have a TAC case open, just wondering if anyone else has seen this problem.
I did originally hit this bug, but I also ran into a problem with CCM updating Active Directory. If the installation is integrated with AD, CCM must be able to write to AD. To enable this, I had to perform the following steps:
Step 1 Browse to C:\dcdsrvr\config, and open the file,
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