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10.5: Avoid an Active Directory 10.5 upgrade issue
Authored by: fitzage on Oct 30, '07 11:18:38AM

Did you try rebinding after all this, and does it work?

I upgraded without unbinding, but I had local admin accounts, so I didn't need this hint. The problem is that Leopard always thinks the directory server is not responding. I can't unbind because I get unspecified errors every time.

Should I even bother dealing with it? I converted my account to a local one. If I was able to get my machine unbound, would it be possible to bind it again, or does it just not work in Leopard for some reason?



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10.5: Avoid an Active Directory 10.5 upgrade issue
Authored by: gerritdewitt on Nov 02, '07 09:00:40AM

With all respect, this information is useful, but it's pretty obvious, and it doesn't actually solve any Active Directory + Leopard problems. I think the hint is very well written, especially for those who need guidance with unbinding from a directory domain in single-user mode. However, it does not solve any of the problems with Leopard and AD! I think a better title would be "How to Unbind from AD in Leopard."

--Gerrit



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