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Old 21st February 2012, 01:19 PM
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389 DS and One-Way Windows 2008 AD Sync

Hy all
As described in the title, I wanted to set up a 389 Directory Server One Way Synchronisation with a 2008 Windows Active Directory. Right now I hang because of a certificate problem i think.
What I have done:

Set up a Root CA on WinSRV
(Auto)create a cert for my Domain Controller
Exported this and installed it in 389 DS

The DS is already set up to start TLS enabled and I am able to login with a linux-client over tls.
Now my questions:

What Certificates do i have to install on the Windows Server - or isn't there one?
How do i configure passync correctly?

Thank you in advance
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