On 25 Oct 2010, at 11:29, Luke Siemaszko wrote:
> My 10.5 server died last friday, so I had to restore the system from a backup. Everything worked OK, apart from one user who didn't exist at the time the backup was made. I recreated them in workgroup manager, being careful to make sure their UID was the same as it was before. Everything seems to have worked apart from iCal - the server has errors like this:
> 2010-10-25 10:38:35+0100 [-] caldav-8010 [-] u'No principal found for UID: D59A4306-EBB4-4DD2-8CBC-737CBD4A14AC'
> 2010-10-25 10:38:35+0100 [-] caldav-8010 OpenDirectoryService Unable to find any record with GUID D59A4306-EBB4-4DD2-8CBC-737CBD4A14AC
> We can assume that his old calendar data is still there - this wasn't on the system disc so there is no reason to assume it has been affected. Also everyone else's calendar has survived intact.
> So I would guess the issue is that the UID and GUID are different from when he existed before (and created the iCal data).
> Has anyone got any ideas how to fix this please? I am a bit lost and need to get this fixed urgently!
> Luke Siemaszko
> Director, Future Media Systems Ltd.
> Christchurch, UK
> Website: www.futuremediasystems.co.uk
You say you made sure that their UID was the same but have you changed their GUID to match? You can use the inspector in WGM for this. If you open Terminal and run
dscl /Search read Users/USERNAME GeneratedUID
It will print the current GUID of the user in question.
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