0 Replies Latest reply: Aug 26, 2012 3:36 PM by ollie61
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I have setup server and attempted to have one of my calendars on iCal sync with the Wiki calendar

 

I have a user called bernard

I have a calendar in ical called bernardtraining

 

In the Wiki the user bernard has a calendar but I cant get ical to sync with the Wiki.

 

In iCal Accounts

I set up an account in ical lets call it server.myserver.private (hiding actual name)

user name = bernard

password is set to user password

Refresh 5 minutes

 

In Server Settings iCal Accounts

Server address server.myserver.private

server path aut populates to /principals/__uids__/7A7D303D-8265-47D5-BAD1-01E3DDD4CC37/  (maybe this is the problem)

Port = auto

SSL = No (for now)

 

No delgates

 

I then went through this process.....

When you set up iCal Server to provide the calendar service for a wiki, Wiki Server provides access to the calendars, so users who do not have wiki privileges do not have calendar service.

  • Use serveradmin via the Terminal app to change the setting.sudo serveradmin set calendar:Authentication:Wiki:Enabled = "<setting>"

    The default value for <setting> is “no”.

    The other possible value is “yes.”

    Command example:

    sudo serveradmin set calendar:Authentication:Wiki:Enabled = "yes" 
  • Use serveradmin via the Terminal app to designate the Wiki server.sudo serveradmin set calendar:Authentication:Wiki:Hostname = "<DNSWikiServer>"

    The default value for <DNSWikiServer> is the Wiki server’s fully qualified domain name.

    Command example:

    sudo serveradmin set calendar:Authentication:Wiki:Hostname = "wikiweb.example.com" 
  • Use serveradmin via the Terminal app to encrypt the connection.sudo serveradmin set set calendar:Authentication:Wiki:UseSSL = "(yes|no)"

    The default value is “no”.

    Command example:

    sudo serveradmin set set calendar:Authentication:Wiki:UseSSL = "yes"

Still no success.

Can anyone help?