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Ironman

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Hello Guys!

I decide to build a scenario for testing Kerio MailServer v6.2.3. Then i proceed to install a Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition with the Role of Domain Controller for testing.

Later i proceed to install the Kerio MailServer and i noticed that two services dont started running. these services are the LDAP and LDAP Sec. When i try to restart these services then comes the conflict. i saw that the ports that kerio needs to start this services are already used by the domain controller.

I want to know if Kerio can use another ports to work properly or if i can select another port for the Active directory LDAP service.

A friend told me that is not recommended to install Mail Server Systems on Domain Controllers. If it is correct, i want to know is ther is a possibility to configure this product on the same domain controller and the steps to make it work.

Waiting for some reply from you my friends!

Thanks,

Wilson Rodríguez
Information Security
Dominican Republic
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winkelman

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Do you really need Kerio's LDAP(S) service? Probably not (depends on your use of course), so you could probably safely disable LDAP(S).
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Ironman

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Well, i think not, but the Kerio's LDAP might be working to integrate this system with the active directory Schema.

One more question. Do y need to Install the Kerio Active Directory Extensions as a part of the implementation?

Wilson Rodríguez
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Dominican Republic
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winkelman

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Quote:

Kerio's LDAP might be working to integrate this system with the active directory Schema

I don't think AD integration has anything to do with Kerio's LDAP(S) service. You don't need Kerio's LDAP(S) for that.

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Do y need to Install the Kerio Active Directory Extensions as a part of the implementation?

Only if you want AD integration, not if you don't.
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Ironman

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Ok, I got it.

Thanks for your help.

Wilson

Wilson Rodríguez
Information Security
Dominican Republic
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