[CalendarServer-users] Calendar Users from AD
cscrofani at honoluluacademy.org
Fri Nov 16 17:05:20 PST 2007
Hi David, thanks for the advice.
Do you know if Kerberos is enabled by default in Win2003 AD servers? I
can't seem to find it in Windows...
David Reid wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> On Nov 15, 2007, at 9:34 PM, Chris Scrofani wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I have a OS X 10.5.1 server, which is set up in Workgroup mode. I
>> simply want to enable file sharing, calendaring, and get my list of
>> users from my existing Active Directory domain.
>> I have set up the server as an Open Directory master, and it is also
>> successfully connected to my Active Directory domain. I imported all
>> of my users from the AD domain into a local group, and was able to
>> assign that group privileges to read/write to a shared network
>> folder. File sharing seems to be set up perfectly at this point.
>> What I am having trouble with is getting those same AD accounts
>> working with iCal server. If I look in the Users section of Server
>> Preferences, there is only one account in there, my Administrator
>> account. I tested a CalDAV connection from iCal.app and was
>> successfully able to connect using this one Administrator account.
>> None of the other accounts from the AD seemed to work though, so I
>> tried importing an individual account from the AD into the Users
>> section of Server Preferences. This seems to create the necessary
>> conditions needed for the account to access iCal server, except that
>> whenever I try to use that account to connect with iCal.app, it gives
>> me the error "Your password was rejected by the server 192.168.*.*
>> for the login *****". I surely am not typing the password wrong,
>> since I tried it with a couple of different accounts and I use the
>> same passwords every day.
> The calendar server defaults to using HTTP Digest authentication,
> which is not supported by Active Directory. Turn on kerberos in iCal
> (it's on in the server by default) or optionally enable Basic
> authentication (and disable digest) in the caldavd plist.
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