So I have a Kanaka 2.7.0.52 server running and users are logging in successfully for the most part.
Here is the runtime config (with specific details removed in relation to hostname/users etc as necessary).

Code:
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---------------- R U N T I M E  C O N F I G U R A T I O N -----------------
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Current server UTC   time is:    Sun Mar 30 23:03:40 2014
Current server local time is:    Mon Mar 31 09:03:40 2014
Current server local offset is:  10.00 hours (36000 secs)

------- S E R V E R   I N F O R M A T I O N -------
Engine Server Name:       <REDACTED>
Engine Version:           2.7.0.52 May 22 2012 13:44:16
Engine Brand:             Novell
Engine OS Build Version:  Kernel Name: Linux, Architecture: x86_64, Kernel Release: 3.0.101-0.5-default, Kernel Version: #1 SMP Thu Oct 31 05:21:34 UTC 2013 (36fae46), Machine HW Name: x86_64
Engine Loaded (UTC):      Mar 05 2014 10:55:51
Engine Address:           <REDACTED>
HTTPS Port:               3089
HTTP  Port:               0
Tree Name:                CEDAR
Proxy Acct:               <REDACTED>
Admins Group:             <REDACTED>
Accepting Logins:         true
Proxy Home:               

------- P O L I C Y -------
  --- USER MANAGEMENT ---
Kanaka Identity Driven Access:       true
Login script Parser:    true
Allow user to change password:       true
Notify user password will expire:    true
Use Kanaka-managed UID:              Only if UID not set on user object
Default Group ID (GID):              20
  Use policy:                        Use the GID set on the user object, or the default GID above if not specified
For full names:                      Use full name; if missing, combine first and last name
If home directory is not populated for a user logging in:  Deny login
If home directory path does not exist:  Do not test for existence
Enable Group storage lookup:         true
Enable Auxiliary storage lookup:     true
Enable Storage Location Object lookup:     false
Default Shell:                       /bin/bash

  --- MANAGED CLIENT SETTINGS ---
Get all MCX Settings from:                                   Kanaka
Display an icon for mount points:
  home directory in dock:           false
  group home directory in dock:     false
  home directory on desktop:        false
  group home directory on desktop:  true
Start Kanaka Plug-in Console as a login item:                false
Create mobile account when user logs in to network account:  true
Create home with default sync settings:                      false
Warn user about mobile account creation at login:            false
Synchronize at login:                                        false
Synchronize at logout:                                       false
Synchronization interval in seconds:                         0
I notice the errors below when users are logging in:

Code:
Mar 31 2014 08:14:49	<IP>	<mac>	OS X 10.9.2	Plug-in	2.7.0	Get user data	Guest		Directory Services object could not be found.	Object for CN 'Guest' was not found in the index.
Mar 31 2014 08:14:28	<IP>	<mac>	OS X 10.9.2	Plug-in	2.7.0	Get user data	netaccounts	Directory Services object could not be found.	Object for CN 'netaccounts' was not found in the index.
Mar 31 2014 08:14:28	<IP>	<mac>	OS X 10.9.2	Plug-in	2.7.0	Get user data	everyone	Directory Services object could not be found.	Object for CN 'everyone' was not found in the index.
Mar 31 2014 08:14:28	<IP>	<mac>	OS X 10.9.2	Plug-in	2.7.0	Authenticate	USERNAME	Operation successful.	Authenticate 'USERNAME'; Path 'CN=COD_TEACHER.O=RC; \\COD\TEACHER\Teacher\Home\USERNAME'
Mar 31 2014 08:14:27	<IP>	<mac>	OS X 10.9.2	Plug-in	2.7.0	Authenticate	USERNAME	Operation successful.	Authenticate 'USERNAME'; Path 'CN=COD_TEACHER.O=RC; \\COD\TEACHER\Teacher\Home\USERNAME'
Mar 31 2014 08:14:22	<IP>	<mac>	OS X 10.9.2	Plug-in	2.7.0	Get user data	USERNAME	Operation successful.	Request info for 'USERNAME'.
It appears that the Kanaka plugin see's that the user account is a member of the following user groups:
netaccounts
everyone

Is it at all possible to have Kanaka not look at those local groups associated with the user account on the machine? I'm thinking it is something to do with the fact accounts are set up as mobile user accounts (thus creating a local user account).
I don't want to add those groups to our eDirectory tree.

Appreciate any assistance.