I am having a number of problems with iFolder. This is all in a test
lab (fortunately).

I upgrade to iFolder 2.1. I did this by uninstalling 1.03 and then
installing 2.1 through the 2.1 software. My problems.

1. I still can not login through the web access using the domain name.
Only the IP Address. DNS appears to be working fine. I had also post
this on the DNS forum. Responsdants believe the problem must be in

2. Must be an adminsitrator to install? Not practical. This is a
college, no way I give all my users admin rights to the PCs. I wont
have a single functioning pc in a week. That would be too bad if....

3. We are using W2K with the DLU for login. Once an iFolder account is
created on that box, the iFolder client will not install under a
different user name. All test users are forced to use whatever account
was created first. Can this be true? We have many shared PCs. Can the
iFolder client be used under two separate accounts?

4. Is there another way to activate the account besides doing an
iFolder Client install? That would really solve most of my problems.

5. I can get a single user to work properly except the admin. I setup
a box, make the user a member of the adminstrators group on the PC.
The iFolder Client installs. PC reboots. The remainder of the install
proceeds. Password, OPassphrase, etc. However, after the passphrase
recovery screen the client install send me back to the enter a
passphrase screen, and round and round we go.

The iFolder server is the LDAP server. It conatins a read/write copy
of the partition. I have checked and recheck the settings. They appear
correct. I have double checked them against the few TIDs I could find.
Clear text is checked. Name resolution for GW web access works fine.
Admin account works fine. Admin management console works fine. LDAP
and iFolder setting are set of the users context. Admin user is in the
top context. Users are in their own OU. The user account are enabled,
but not activated.

Any help would be graetly appreciated.


Ed Connelly
Briarwood College