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Lion Server LDAP gone after restart - Error -14006

Similar to slapd daemon can't start but despite being accepted, the answer didn't really work for the asker. Shut down Lion Server 10.7.5 (on a 2011 Mini Server) today after Time Machine got itself ...
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Do these messages in the LDAP log on OSX Mavericks Server mean anything?

Jan 26 06:23:05 server.mydoman.net slapd[329]: => bdb_idl_delete_key: c_get failed: DB_LOCK_DEADLOCK: Locker killed to resolve a deadlock (-30994) Jan 26 06:23:05 server.mydoman.net slapd[329]: ...
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Login to OS X Server User Account from Local Computer

I have OS X Server installed on a Mac Mini. I've created several user accounts, one of which is: Account Name: Bob Password: abc123 From the Mac Mini's login screen I can choose "Server" (main ...
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error: BerkeleyDB version incompatible with BDB/HDB backends [closed]

I've downloaded OpenLDAP sources from Apple Source for OSX 1.9. But I've the following error found in config.log when compiling using make: configure:27816: checking for db.h configure:27824: ...
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FileVault 2 Login Issues on OpenLDAP Network with Admin, Managed, Mobile Account on Lion 10.7.4

This issue occurs on any machine with Lion in my environment. I install Lion and connect to OpenLDAP for authentication. I enable FileVault. Some users were reporting that when they'd wake their ...
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Xserve VPN L2TP cannot see LDAP

After quite a bit of mucking around and getting no VPN activity through my router, I finally resolved that issue. Only my local users can authenticate through VPN, any user from LDAP receives "The ...
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OSX 10.8 Contacts can't access Active Directory 2003 via LDAP

I've recently upgraded to OSX 10.8 and have discovered that the Contacts Application can no longer access our Active Directory 2003 domain via LDAP. I have confirmed that the exact same settings work ...
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Problems with the LDAP address book in iOS 6

When configuring an LDAP addressbook with older iOS versions, the phone connects to port 389 for plain text and to port 636 when SSL is enabled. Our secure LDAP service runs on port 636 and before, it ...
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How to specify the BIND DN in the LDAP client?

I have configured the LDAP client to connect to the company LDAP server, OpenLDAP. The phone makes a connection, STARTTLS is done and processed OK but then the phone sends a BIND with an invalid DN: ...
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Root being controlled by ARD

I run an educational lab of 20 iMacs, all running Mac OS 10.7.5(11G63) with ARD version 3.6.2. My server and all of the iMacs run Lion. I seem to have crossed something and now my root user is being ...
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Lion on LDAP Linux domain

I need to put a desktop Mac OS X Lion in the domain of a corporate network - Linux LDAP. The Mac is already picking up the IP and the DNS name released. But I can not log into the corporate network. ...
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How to change a password for an OpenLDAP user, which fails when using Lion's System Preferences?

The Problem Users are unable to change their password using System Preferences -> Users & Groups on a Mac that is connected to an LDAP server (specifically, OpenLDAP). This error appears to be a ...
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Can you connect iPhone to LDAP on a non-standard port?

In a nutshell, I believe I'm having issues configuring iOS to connect to LDAP on a non-standard port. I've tried a quite a few different sequences, such as appending the port to the server address, ...
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slapd not launching on Mac OS X 10.6

I have a slight problem with the openldap server installed with Mac OS X 10.6.8 (regular, not server). When I launch slapd in a terminal, it stops itself after 1 or 2 seconds... I just have the time ...
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Apple Directory / Profile Manager - Restricting simultaneous same user logins on multiple machines?

We are using Apple Directory for internal user authentication. We want to restrict a user to login from a single machine at any one time. I have been trying to find a way to do this in Apple Directory ...