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DJ Mogarych

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Hello, dear colleagues!

Please help me how to fix the following problem with Kerio Connect 8.5.0 and above, if it is possible.
It is had an infrastructure with one Active Directory domain (domain.local) and two mail domains (domain.ru and domain2.ru).
I configured Kerio Connect by editing a mailserver.cfg file according the "How to map users from a specific Organizational Unit (ou) only" article in Kerio Connect knowledge base.

All is working on version 8.4.1 which we use today, but if I try to upgrade Kerio Connect to version 8.5.0 or above, the same configuration doesn't work.
I didn't upgrade to versions 8.4.2 and 8.4.3 because they don't contain any important changes in our case.

Immediately after upgrade, it is unable to enter to web administration interface, the error appears: "Failed to list users, LDAP operation failed".

Has anyone encountered a similar problem?
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