[389-users] Links for new passsync files

Rich Megginson rmeggins at redhat.com
Mon Nov 9 23:36:14 UTC 2009

jean-Noël Chardron wrote:
> Rich Megginson wrote:
>> James Roman wrote:
>>> Very first impression during installation. There is a weird chicken 
>>> and egg problem. Installation fails because it can not start the 
>>> passsync service. Service start-up fails because it can not 
>>> establish an SSL connection. NSS database for SSL needs to be in the 
>>> directory that is created during the install process. So you have to 
>>> create a NSS database ahead of time, initiate the install process, 
>>> when the service start up fails, drop your NSS database into the 
>>> folder "389 directory password synchronization" folder and then hit 
>>> "retry" to start up the service so that the installation completes 
>>> successfully.
>> What platform?  What you are describing was a bug in the PassSync 
>> 1.1.1 package that should have been fixed in 1.1.2.  If you are sure 
>> you're using the 1.1.2 package, then try this:
>> open a cmd window
>> msiexec /i \path\to\389-PassSync-1.1.2-x86_64.msi /l*v inst.log
>> check inst.log for sensitive information
>> paste inst.log to fpaste.org and email the link to the list
> Same problem  on a Windows 2008R2 32 bits ; the log file of installation
> is : http://fpaste.org/yqni/
Thanks.  Looks like a permissions issue.  Do you see any errors or 
warnings in your Event Viewer?
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