>Richard Megginson wrote:

>The Fedora DS chaining database (database link) uses the Proxy Auth

>control. I think you can disable this. Check the docs for the chaining

>database configuration. It may be that the console does not allow you

>to set this, but you can set it manually. http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/dir-server/pdf/ds71cli.pdf - search

>for nsProxiedAuthorization

>If there are other controls being sent by Fedora DS, you can disable

>those too - search for nsTransmittedControls in the above document.

Hi Richard:

I have disabled these control but the problem still continue, this error only happen with openldap because when I connect to Novell eDirectory ldap server I have a different error: I dont have permisions to read the database link.

Any idea?


Victor Rodriguez

   IT Technical Support Officer

System & Database Administrator



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