> > On Jul 29, 2008, at 2:57 PM, Robert Everson wrote:
> >> I create a user, and set them up with an initial password, home
> >> directory, mail account (on another server the ODR), and save the
> >> record.
> >> Everything works great, but when I go to meet with the user, we
> >> change their password, and it seems to work.
> >> However, if we change the password on the mail server, we cannot
> >> authenticate to the AFP server (also the ODM, where we first
> >> created the user).
> >> If I change the password via the finder while connecting to the AFP
> >> server, I can no longer access mail services.
> >> It seems like something is messed up in the replication, but
> >> neither the old or new passwords work when authenticating to the
> >> "broken" service.
> >> Please tell me what information I need to gather to be more helpful
> >> in my problem description. I would delete the Replication and
> >> recreate it, but I'm afraid that it will also delete the mail for
> >> those users.
> > Can you try changing the users password type from Open Directory to
> > Crypt? I have run into a problem similar to this, and that is what
> > I did to resolve the issue.
> When I did that WorkGroup Manager gave me the following error.
> Error of type eDSAuthFailed (-14090) on line 1950 of /SourceCache/
Same problems here. We see this error constantly. Is there a way to somehow
check/fix Kerberos database or something like that?
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