we are having difficulties re-setting up the avvid-customer-directory-plugin after a fs error on the w2k-ads-master and checkdisk-run. in just says "connection failed", no matter which settings are entered in the DN/password/etc...
is there a way to determine WHAT exactly fails ? ads-tracing doesn't help.
another solution propably could be of restoring all ads-roles and rights to their defaults, in case something is missing ( ms needs days for an answer ). can somebody help ?
So you had the plugin running and then something happened to your active directory? Did you ever revert back to dcdirectory or are have you always been using ad. Are you now rerunning the plugin or are you getting this error when doing searches from ccmadmin? If the install is failing you should be able to look in ad_cfg_err.log in c:\dcdsrvr\logs.
How did you uninstall the plugin via add/remove programs or from running the plugin again and selecting the uninstall option? You know when you are going through the plugin install it ask for the servername of AD. Are you using name or ip address? When you click next does it populate with data from you AD or is then when you get the error when it tries to connect to your add the first time. Where is your network monitor at?
Anytime you wish to uninstall the plugin you should not use add/remove programs, instead you should run the plugin again and choose the option to uninstall it. The reinstall is probably failing due to some missing registry keys.
At one point there was to be a technical note posted that explains how to fix this issue, but it's not out there. So at this point you should probably open a TAC case so they can work with you on resolving the issue.
Where is the procedure to revert back to DCD from AD? or is that covered in the "unistall" of the AD Plugin? My problem is that I have multiple clusters and the customer wants to have a single corp directory for all sites. This was not taken into account when the clusters were intially deployed on DCD, but I want to know how to back out the AD plugin before swiging onto AD. Thanks.
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