3258 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 14, 2011 7:10 AM by harry @ pmsi
When your server restored OD, the user IDs (UID) may have changed. The calendars are associated with UIDs called principal_uid. To reconnect them if changed, a solution is to replace the UID in WGM Inspector with the previously assigned value.
Using a restore OD archive or importing a previously exported user profile preserves the UID across restoration.
Harry thanks for taking the trouble....
After the server crash, the OD was broken
could not access WGM using diradmin login
restored OD from Archive last night, can now access WGM but all my users calendars are still are showing offline.
I exported my calendars, deleted my account, now when trying to reset up my calendar, I keep getting the following error being displayed
The account information was not found
The server has not specified a calendar home for the account at "/principals/_uids_/91FDE93F-E99A-5CD7-BC59-A0E6A41565F9/--https://server.company.co.uk:8443/".
in the set up window the server path is showing as
I am using kerberos for Authentication and using SSL
TIA for any help that can be offered
At this stage I can only offer a couple of suggestions.
1) start a new account and see if you get the correct behavior with a new calendar. If so then OD and iCalServer are coordinating. The effort would be to restore previous calendar data.
2) if you feel comfortable with Terminal and the Command Line read
about calendarservermanageprincipals at
$ man calendarservermanageprincipals
You can look at the account references in