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    Default 6.04 -> 6.06 Multiserver upgrade

    Ldap-master
    Ldap-replica
    MTA1 & MTA2
    Store1 & Store2

    Problem with ldap replications after upgrade
    I Use Self-signed certificate

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/install...tml#post160246

    Bug 45048 – LDAP replication fails with self-signed certificates and different certificate authorities

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    since u are using same OS as us, I would like to ask whether your DOMAIN ADMIN can see/manage user's aliases.

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    Yes, I can see/manage user aliases from WEB Admin UI, and console

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox_sibirsky View Post
    Yes, I can see/manage user aliases from WEB Admin UI, and console
    just want to confirm, is it as domain admin?

    Because I did another stand alone fresh install, still cant see the aliases from domain admin login. server admin was okay, no issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sugiggs View Post
    just want to confirm, is it as domain admin?
    All My Domain Admins and Local Admin can manage it.

    In your WEB ADMIN UI (https://store-server.domain:7071 )
    Server Status-> Alias Button not active? or just not displays aliases?

    May need to reinitialize the domain administrator account. Checkbox "global administrator" in the account properties
    Last edited by Fox_sibirsky; 04-25-2010 at 07:13 PM.

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