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    Default How to change IP Of LDAP in zimbra [Help Pls]

    Hello,
    I am using Zimbra Open Source 7.0.1 on CentOS 5.5 With Active Directory Authentication. Yesterday i change IP of my Active Directory and also of Zimbra Server. But i forget to change the IP in Authentication field. So now all services are running fine. And Zimbra Administrator Login Page is able to open. But when i enter username and password of administrator there it is showing me error in logs of mailbox that it is Invalid Password or some Network Service Error.
    Coz authentication is still pointing to the previous IP of Active Directory Server.

    So how i can change now i zimbra while i can't login to Administrator Consol

    Please Help
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    Anyone has any Suggestion For me will be great Beneficial
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    we use ldap authentication but it mgiht be the same variable.

    if you do

    Code:
    zmprov getDomain <your domain> | grep LdapURL
    you should see a result like

    Code:
    zimbraAuthLdapURL: ldap://x.x.x.x:389
    or something similar. you can change it by doing

    Code:
    zmprov modifyDomain <yourdomain> zimbraAuthLdapURL "ldap://x.x.x.x:389"
    you'll want to use your port and ip. if you just run

    Code:
    zmprov getDomain  <yourdomain>
    you can see all the variables

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    Hay bdial

    Thanks alot for this guidence. i just get that problem solved with your help

    Thanks once again
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    Now i want to integrate AD with Zimbra Server but not success
    Maybe you help me mkhurram by send guide to do it(step by step) to me
    Thank so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaara187 View Post
    Now i want to integrate AD with Zimbra Server but not success
    Maybe you help me mkhurram by send guide to do it(step by step) to me
    Thank so much
    Yes Sure I am always here to help, Tell me where you are facing problem & What error is coming with you ?
    Last edited by mkhurram92; 11-28-2011 at 12:15 AM.
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