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PJBonoVox

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Hi all,

Fresh install of Windows Server 2003 SP2. Promoted it to a domain controller, installed Kerio Mailserver 6.5.2 build 6426 and Active Directory extensions (same version). No errors when installing any of the above but when I try and map the user accounts in Kerio Administration console I'm greeted with :

"The schema extensions have not been found on the LDAP server. The connection won't work."

I installed as domain administrator and this is the only domain controller in the domain. In the warning log I get :

"[02/Sep/2008 12:22:43] LDAP: Schema extensions have not found on LDAP server localhost:389: Referral"

Any ideas?
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ccjwells

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Are you running on 64 bit windows?
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rigo

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PJBonoVox wrote on Tue, 02 September 2008 06:22

Promoted it to a domain controller, installed Kerio Mailserver 6.5.2 build 6426 and Active Directory extensions



wow, DC and a mail server in the same box--gutsy--very much NOT recommended! anyhow, are all your ports open, if so, look for policies in the AD
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PJBonoVox

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Are you running on 64 bit windows?


No, it's x86 version.

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wow, DC and a mail server in the same box--gutsy--very much NOT recommended! anyhow, are all your ports open, if so, look for policies in the AD


I realise that. This is in VMWare and it's just for testing purposes.

The AD is a fresh install. It's worked out of the box like this on a previous version of Kerio so I doubt it's that. As for ports-- Yes, LDAP ports are listening.
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Are you sure it's AD LDAP that's listening? I'm wondering if Kerio's LDAP could be binding before the AD LDAP has a chance. Maybe Kerio is connecting back to itself when it tries to connect to the DC.

You could try disabling the LDAP services in Kerio, or assigning custom ports, then restart the server.

Scott
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PJBonoVox

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Afraid not-- Kerio's LDAP isn't running.

I can tell it's correct since if I type in the incorrect domain administrator password in Kerio I get a different error.

Looks like yet another bug. Time to investigate Exchange server Sad
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