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s_deuringer

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Hi,

I've configured a secondary (backup) directory server in "Settings -> Domains -> $MyDomain -> Directroy Service" and tested the functionality in case that the primary server failed but it looks like it's only round robin.

Could you please tell me if this is a normal behavior? Maybe I am stupid Wink but I tested it twice and some logins are possible, some not.
I also tested the secondary server without the configuration of a backup server and this is working fine, so the directory server is fine.

Thanks for your help

Stephan
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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It is true failover for LDAP, If you have problems with user authentication, check configuration of Kerberos client on Kerio Connect server.
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s_deuringer

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Thanks for the fast answer, I will try it again in a few days.
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