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Alex Baturin

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Good day dear developers, as well as users of the resource. During the trial testing of your product at the booth appeared Production issues. IT department of our company was deployed layout in a virtual environment that fully duplicates the structure of our company, what is specific to its basic components. Expand the domain (Active Directory) with the name domain.local on 2 servers (primary and backup) is set Centos 5.5 32bit on a separate virtual machine where he settled Kerio-Connect for testing, it works without any intervention, in the Trial software version, to create as close as possible to what may be purchased and implemented in the enterprise. Now we have some questions:

After installing and running Kerio-Connect to the server as well as the basic starting configuration, next errors that occurred would like to clarify.

After setting up a domain that is external domain.com (tied to it in the settings of authentication through Active Directory) and specify additional settings for the internal domain authentication via Kerberos domain.local, to authenticate a user from AD and get an error, about not the correct password via Web interface, which has twice changed the character.

Another question on the use of Kerio Active Directory Extension again after the use of 2 different domains, I believe will not be able to use this additional software, because in the configuration assistant to create a user I can create a box with only a local domain from Active Directory but not as no external ...

Thx for help.
With Best Regards.
Alex Baturin
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