Open directory replica not updating

Check the ACL on the local replica and Del 1 is not there 7. Check ACL and Del 1 is now present -Unspecified/Editor 9.

Open the server replica and check the ACL, Del 1 should be present 10.

- Set up DNS - After the set up, DNS should be running.

- In your Network preferences, remove all DNS server entries except 127.0.0.1, which was added by

base ) ldap_sasl_bind(SIMPLE): Can't contact LDAP server (-1)/code Soo uhh yeah, not sure what to do next or whether or not if it's working right.

, because it’s been I year since Yosemite was first released.

The Exchange Server Analyzer Tool, available as a free download, remotely collects configuration data from each server in the topology and automatically analyzes the data.

The resulting report details important configuration issues, potential problems, and nondefault product settings.

Set up your server as if it will be accessible from the Internet, using a fully qualified Domain Name, NOT .local or .private IF you are not using another DNS server on your network.

[This topic is intended to address a specific issue called out by the Exchange Server Analyzer Tool.

You should apply it only to systems that have had the Exchange Server Analyzer Tool run against them and are experiencing that specific issue.

I have a brand new Mac Mini I have installed the OS X Server app on it. MAKE SURE you have an active Ethernet connection (even if it's just to a switch connected to nothing else) BEFORE you run NOW you can install and run to set up OS X Server on your Mac mini.

Port Scanning host: 81.123.123.123 Open TCP Port: 22 ssh Open TCP Port: 25 smtp Open TCP Port: 53 domain Open TCP Port: 80 http Open TCP Port: 88 kerberos Open TCP Port: 106 3com-tsmux Open TCP Port: 110 pop3 Open TCP Port: 143 imap Open TCP Port: 311 asip-webadmin Open TCP Port: 389 ldap Open TCP Port: 443 https Open TCP Port: 464 kpasswd Open TCP Port: 587 submission Open TCP Port: 625 dec_dlm Open TCP Port: 636 ldaps Open TCP Port: 749 kerberos-adm Open TCP Port: 993 imaps Open TCP Port: 995 pop3s Open TCP Port: 1640 cert-responder Open TCP Port: 3659 apple-sasl Open TCP Port: 4190 sieve Open TCP Port: 5900 rfb Open TCP Port: 7654 Open TCP Port: 8008 http-alt Open TCP Port: 8443 pcsync-https Open TCP Port: 8800 sunwebadmin Open TCP Port: 8843 Port Scan has completed… Name your computer and enable remote management (System Prefs Sharing) Set Energy Prefs to "Never Sleep" Assign a fixed/manual IP address to the Ethernet interface Disable all other network interfaces Make sure you have a real domain name. Don't use .local If your Mac mini will not also act as the DNS server, you must have forward and reverse DNS entries on another DNS server for the Mac mini (should match the computer name you set up.) Make sure this DNS server is listed in your network settings.