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  1. #1
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    accounts disabled

    Strange thing happened last night. Ifolder 3.8 running on OES. I got reports
    this morning from some users that their account was reporting disabled. And
    upon further investigation they were. As were a bunch of others but not
    all. I am the only admin to the system and I did not do it.


  2. #2
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    Re: accounts disabled

    I don't know iFolder, but on the eDirectory side: Is there 'intruder lockout' active? Could be on O, OU or user-level.

    Tom

  3. #3
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    Re: accounts disabled

    all of the users logged in normally this morning via edir / netware.
    Intruder lock out is not even an option in console one. it is grayed out at
    all levels. I though the same thing at first. If the account was disabled in
    edir then naturally it would be in ifolder. But all of the users logged in
    normally.

    "bwisupport" wrote in message
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    I don't know iFolder, but on the eDirectory side: Is there 'intruder
    lockout' active? Could be on O, OU or user-level.

    Tom


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  4. #4
    bwisupport NNTP User

    Re: accounts disabled

    Am 10.02.2012 20:09, schrieb CCPS:
    > Intruder lock out is not even an option in console one. it is grayed out
    > at all levels

    Hm, you're looking as admin or equivalent?
    If users where reported as disabled, what's about their 'last intruder
    address' value? Is it filled up with something or empty? Sorry, I have
    no english C1 (just german) so I don't know if that's the right term here.
    How do you reenable them?

    Tom

  5. #5
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    Re: accounts disabled

    to re enable you open the ifolder url as admin. Lookup the user and uncheck
    the disable box. The Novell workstation login worked fine. So I don't think
    intruder lockout is an issue.

    "bwisupport" wrote in message
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    Am 10.02.2012 20:09, schrieb CCPS:
    > Intruder lock out is not even an option in console one. it is grayed out
    > at all levels

    Hm, you're looking as admin or equivalent?
    If users where reported as disabled, what's about their 'last intruder
    address' value? Is it filled up with something or empty? Sorry, I have
    no english C1 (just german) so I don't know if that's the right term here.
    How do you reenable them?

    Tom


  6. #6
    Douglas Black NNTP User

    Re: accounts disabled

    CCPS,


    > to re enable you open the ifolder url as admin. Lookup the user and
    > uncheck the disable box. The Novell workstation login worked fine. So I
    > don't think intruder lockout is an issue.
    >


    I'm having the same issue here. Please post if you find what's causing it.


    Thanks



  7. #7
    CCPS NNTP User

    Re: accounts disabled

    Luckily it has not happened again. But it does not give me warm fuzzies that
    you had it happen also. Something strange is going on methinks!

    "Douglas Black" wrote in message
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    CCPS,


    > to re enable you open the ifolder url as admin. Lookup the user and
    > uncheck the disable box. The Novell workstation login worked fine. So I
    > don't think intruder lockout is an issue.
    >


    I'm having the same issue here. Please post if you find what's causing it.


    Thanks


  8. #8
    Douglas Black NNTP User

    Re: accounts disabled

    CCPS,

    > Luckily it has not happened again. But it does not give me warm fuzzies
    > that you had it happen also. Something strange is going on methinks!
    >


    It happened again just now, to one of the two accounts I'm testing with.
    I'm also now unable to log into the admin interface.

    I'm starting to think iFolder 3 has nothing in common with iFolder 2
    except the name. It certainly doesn't share the older version's
    set-it-and-forget-it reliability. I might have to keep the old system
    running until Filr is available.


  9. #9
    Douglas Black NNTP User

    Re: accounts disabled


    > I'm starting to think iFolder 3 has nothing in common with iFolder 2
    > except the name. It certainly doesn't share the older version's
    > set-it-and-forget-it reliability. I might have to keep the old system
    > running until Filr is available.
    >


    I'm not at all sure the PTB will spring for it though, so I'm open to
    any and all suggestions for getting iFolder 3 working.


    Thanks



  10. #10
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    Re: accounts disabled

    I'm a iFolder 3 (v. 3.8.4.1) client user. On Windows 7 (32 bit). When logging onto my server at work, other users' accounts often get deleted too. In its Synchronization Log, iFolder lists exactly which accounts are deleted. The IT guys at work are struggling with the problem, understandably, but to me as a user, it is an indication that something is seriously wrong with this version of iFolder (Client)

    Quote Originally Posted by Douglas Black View Post

    > I'm starting to think iFolder 3 has nothing in common with iFolder 2
    > except the name. It certainly doesn't share the older version's
    > set-it-and-forget-it reliability. I might have to keep the old system
    > running until Filr is available.
    >


    I'm not at all sure the PTB will spring for it though, so I'm open to
    any and all suggestions for getting iFolder 3 working.


    Thanks

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