Aaron Oas wrote:
> I think you can just use
> here. If you're already using it, you shouldn't have to do anything.
> This is dated 20060330 which was well after the 7.1 release. I
> this is one of those times where the Red Hat docs can trip you up if
> are a Fedora DS user.
# rpm -q --whatprovides /opt/redhat-ds/winsync/PassSync.msi
# md5sum /opt/redhat-ds/winsync/PassSync.msi
The one we installed when setting up RHDS 7.1SP3 has the same md5sum as
the latest one on the FDS download site. I assume PassSync.msi in RHDS
7.1 was updated to current as part of one of the service packs to RHDS
Yes. And that is the most current one.
That seems to be in alignment with the verbiage "if 7.1 is
upgraded to a
*service pack* [emphasis added] or 8.0" that I found in the 8.0
documentation -- i.e. if you had a non-service-pack 7.1 and upgraded to
a 7.1SP version, you also needed to upgrade the PassSync.msi on the AD
The problem with the verbiage has been reported and will be fixed shortly.
Well, it continues to seem odd that Red Hat is not supplying the
PassSync.msi anywhere in the RHDS 8.0 packages. Where would a new
customer implementing RHDS 8.0 expect to find PassSync.msi?
I'm not sure. You should definitely file a ticket via your RHDS support
channel. It may be a separate file in your RHN channel.
On the other hand, it looks like I'm current. If I hear back
Red Hat support ticket to the contrary, I'll reply to this in case
anyone else was dying to know the answer.
Yes. The PassSync.msi available from the fedora ds download page is the
same one to use with RHDS 8.0
- Aaron Oas
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