Aaron Oas wrote:
Apologies in advance for invoking rhds instead of fds, and for what
surely prove to be a glaringly obvious answer, but I am tearing my hair
out trying to find where passsync.msi or passsync.exe went with the
release of redhat directory server 8.0.
I have googled and have done the brute-force approaches like:
rpm -ql redhat-ds*rpm |grep -I passsync
find / -iname "passsync*"
to no avail.
In 19.2.4 of the Red Hat Directory Server 8.0 Administration Guide, it
If the Directory Server is upgraded from 7.1 to a service pack or to
version 8.0, then the Password Sync service must be reinstalled with the
newer version. "
So I assume there is a new version of the password sync service in 8.0,
but I cannot find any mention of what directory or RPM to get the
passsync.msi from. In rhds 7.1, the file was in
/opt/redhat-ds/winsync/PassSync.msi, but in rhds 8.0, the packages and
filesystem layout is different.
Does anyone know where the PassSync.msi file is in redhat directory
I think you can just use
the latest PassSync.msi
here. If you're already using it, you shouldn't have to do anything.
This is dated 20060330 which was well after the 7.1 release. I suppose
this is one of those times where the Red Hat docs can trip you up if you
are a Fedora DS user.
- Aaron Oas
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