So, I look in my tree, I have 4 Aux classes, iFolderLDAP,
iFolderServer,
iFolderSettings, and iFolderUser.

Well I look at iFolderUser, and its ASN1 OID is:
2.16.840.1.113719.1.288.1.41

I look in my NW6,5 Products CD, in the \PRODUCTS\IFOLDER at the
ifolder.zip file and I extract the ifolder.LDIF file, and I see that
the
class SHOULD be:
dn: cn=schema
changetype: modify
add: objectclasses
objectClasses: ( 1.3.6.1.4.1.23.831.373.6171.23 NAME 'iFolderPerson'
DESC 'Standard ObjectClass'
AUXILIARY
MAY ( iFolderPersonServerName ) )

Which I read to mean that the ASN1 OID for the attrib should be
1.3.6.1.4.1.23.831.373.6171.23

Huh? What is going on? Is this residual schema from a previous
iFolder install? (As far as I know the tree only ever had iFolder 1.0

in it, never a 2.x release. I am the only admin who would install
such
a product).

Also, I can sort of use the iFolder Admin server, and I have the
iFolder_ldap01, iFolder_server01 and iFolder_settings objects in the root of my tree and they seem to be working...

Also, the iFolder.ldif file suggests that the Aux Class names are in

fact: 'iFolderService' 'iFolderLDAPServer' 'iFolderServer' not what I

actually have, iFolderLDAP, iFolderServer, iFolderSettings, and
iFolderUser.

Obviously extending the schema again may help, but does anyone
recognize how I might have gotten here, from there? :)