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    Cheers for that - I think everything is working now!

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    You can use Workgroup Manager to enforce Directory Status heading and Name and Password text fields in the login box.

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    Thanks Clare - that's good to know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantscat View Post
    Issue number 3:
    When the system boots up it takes it a brief moment to show the "Other..." user logon option. Then if I choose that to logon using an AD account it takes a few attempts (or a minute of waiting or so) before the user will authenticate properly.
    Just an additional reason why this could happen (it happened to me). I found that our OSX server hadn't integrated properly with AD, and kerberos was still running, so there was OD kerberos, and AD kerberos running simultaneously. This caused the symptoms you describe, but logging in was far more hit and miss - it seemed to be whichever kerberos server responded first. Disabling kerberos on the OD server solved this issue for us. Just thought I'd post this in case it helps anyone else.

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    @_Bat_ - thanks for that - just double checked and I've got OD kerberos disabled.

    I think it was just my impatience and ignorance that was the problem!

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