Looks like there may be some syntax issues with the .sch and/or the
..ldif files included with the sspr 3.0 install media.

I've installed SSPR in a three-tier environment (dev, test, prod) and
found different issues as I've learned to "look out" for them.

For instance the .sch file will happily import via install.dlm, but it
will not create the pwmUser class!

When I've used the ldif file for eDirectory, the output logs in apache
directory studio (doing the ldif import there) complain about "#!ERROR
[LDAP: error code 21 - Invalid Attribute Syntax]" for things like
pwmResponseSet, pwmLastPwdUpdate, pwmGUID, and pwmToken.

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