Slow login with LDAP Contextless login enabled
Has anyone run into the problem were users take over a minute to login?
If the user does a logout and then login again without restarting the
machine it takes 10 seconds.
So the problem is only when the computer is restarted.
If I disable the LDAP Contextless login in NWClient 4.92Sp2 the login
takes 10 seconds and the problem is gone...
The environment is NW6.5 SP6 ( I know, we will upgrade to SP8 as soon
as possible :-)
eDir is 18.104.22.168 and will also be upgraded asap.
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According to :
http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10088798.htm I�m not
able to use DNS names in my contextless configuration...
But I tried it, and it works with Netware 6.5 and Client 4.9 sp2.
Is is supported now or?
Tue N�rgaard wrote:
> According to :
> http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10088798.htm I�m not
> able to use DNS names in my contextless configuration...
> But I tried it, and it works with Netware 6.5 and Client 4.9 sp2.
> Is is ...2x 'Incorrect login count', for each login attempt through LDAP
We are running eDirectory 8.7.3 on NetWare 6.5SP2, and use LDAP for
authentication between a number of applications (Apache, Tomcat, etc) and
Whenever someone enters a wrong password, while trying to authenticate to
one of the LDAP dependant applications, the 'Incorrect login count'
increases by 2 instead of 1 though. So, instead of seeing 1->2->3->Account
Locked in C1, we are seeing 2->4->Account Locked. Needless to say, our
users are wondering why they only get 3 tries online, when they get 4
trying to log onto their workstations(and it isn't...LDAP Contextless login and 802.1X WLAN login with Aegis client
Is there any solution to the problem stated in subject? LDAP contextless logins can not work in a 802.1X WLAN solution since the client does NOT
have network access until after it has logged in.
Currently we disable LDAP contextless logins and "Workstation Only" flag for workstations that need WLAN access, is there any better way of
Anders Westerberg wrote:
> Is there any solution to the problem stated in subject? LDAP contextless
> logins can not work in a 802.1X WLAN solution since the client does NOT
> have network access until af...Setting up LDAP Contextless Login with DNS names...
Is it possible to use DNS names in the servers field when setting up
LDAP contextless login? When I use the DNS name of the LDAP server in
the LDAP Contextless Login settings, and the workstation boots and comes
up to the login screen, it does not find the LDAP server. It appears
that either Windows or the Novell client is not resolving the DNS name
properly. No LDAP Bind is ever logged on the server. If I use the IP
address of the LDAP server instead of the DNS name, the lookup works
Any help would be appreciated!
Technology and Network Services Mana...Windows login before NetWare login
I have one W2K Workstation after it is booted the Microsoft login Window
appears first before the NetWare login! The user can not tell me how it
happend. The workstation has W2K SP4 and Novell Client 4.90 SP2 installed.
I can not find a parameter in the Novell-Client which causes this.
I'm gratefully looking forward to somebodys help.
> I have one W2K Workstation after it is booted the Microsoft login Window
> appears first before the NetWare login! The user can not tell me how it
> happend. The workstation has W...Login Name and Login controls
I selected the Login Name and Login controls from the login toolbox and placed them in my webform. Where I run the application, the Login Name shows my windows login name. Where do I change the code so that it reflects the webapplication login details.
The login control does not do anything when I click on it.Thanks.
At first you have to configure your website to use this controls.
I suggest to go to this Address in your Visual Studio: website > Asp.net Cofiguration.
then in asp.net web site administaration tool page select security tab and click on this ...netware login after windows login?
I want to login into netware after the user has logged in into
windows. I also want to be able to logout from novell without leaving
the windows session (win2K, XP).
Is that possible?
Do I need special tools in order to do that or is it sufficient to
install novell client software?
Is it possible not only to login but also to run the novell login
Thanks a lot in advance
> I want to login into netware after the user has logged in into
In regedit.exe goto:
...LDAP Disabling anonymous binds stops Netware client from doing contextless login
Netware Client 4.9.0 SP2
Proxy_User has been created with blank password.
I have been instructed by our auditors to disable anonymous binds on the LDAP server object.
When I do this the LDAP contextless login feature of the Netware client stops working.
I've been reading the documentation and tids on ldap and feel as if I'm going in circles... :)
Can someone lend a hand, or point me to a good, complete document that discusses LDAP configuration, security, requirements, etc?
Thanks in advance.
Network / Email Admin...OS9 login to Netware 5 okay, OSX login to Netware 5 fails
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I have 3 Netware 5 (SP6) servers all configured the same and are running =
Netware 5 Services for Appleshare v4.5.
This just started happening a few days ago. It was working perfectly fine =
before. I can't think of anything I might have done to this one particular=
server to make it go "bad".
I can login under OS X to 2 out of the 3.
I can login under OS 9 to all of them.
The one I can't login to:
No matter what user login I use, I a...Login Script does not work with contextless login
I need some advice regarding Login script for Windows XP SP2.
Server: NetWare6.5 SP7
Client: Windows XP SP2
Login script is set on OU where users reside.
Login Script does not work since if contextless login is configured.
Contextless Login works fine but no drive map works due to Login script
does not work.
If Contextless Login setting is removed from XP computer, login script
starts to work.
Users have only local C:\ drive only under My Computer on XP when
Contextless Login is enabled.
Login scripts map few more network drives that reside on NetWare
Do y...Netware login and WinXP login boxes
I am upgrading from WIN 2K to WIN XP, using Netware Client v 4.9.1. When
I startup the computer, I get the Novell login screen to enter user
name/password, select ok to get a successfull login. Then, I get a
windows workstation dialog box to enter user name/password. Passwords are
out of sync. We have approx. 500 users, so I can't set everyone up with a
user account in Windows.
We don't have a dedicated domain server, so I'm not sure how to fix this
problem. We are also using ConsoleOne 1.3.3 with Zen. I'm new to the
Novell world, so I hope someone can he...login name and login status help
I have a login form in 'main' page and in 'user' page I have login name and login status control.
But after logged in user page doen't show the user name and status. I'm using forms and database authentication.
any help appreciated.
How do you know that you have succesfully logged in if you can see neither a user name nor status? Perhaps if you sent a little code it might be easier to help you out. Do you have a LoginView? Many more questions I could ask, so perhaps clear up the question a little.
Li...Last Login time and LDAP logins
Correct me if I'm wrong:
NetWare 6.5 SP7 with eDir 22.214.171.124b
Logins via LDAP (bind, not compare), SHOULD set the "last login time"
attribute for the user in eDir?
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I don't see a reason why it wouldn't. My environment does this with
eDir 8.8.3 and I believe this has happened a lot longer than 8.8.x.
> Correct me if I'm wrong:
> NetWare 6.5 SP7 with eDir 8.7.3....