On Windows, while uploading LDIF with a simple password, ldif2dib might fail if the NICI keys in the system and Administrator folders are not in sync.
To work around this issue, use the following procedure to access the keys in the nici/system folder:
Go to the C:\Windows\system32\novell\nici\ folder (for 32-bit NICI).
Go to the C:\Windows\SysWOW64\novell\nici\ folder (for 64-bit NICI).
Back up the files in the Administrator folder.
Go to the system folder.tab in the Properties window of the
Selectand go to the tab.
Go back to thetab and add Administrator to the list.
Overwrite the files in the Administrator folder with the ones in the system folder.
After the upload is done, copy the backed-up files to the Administrator folder.
Change the Administrator’s access to the system folder and also the files within the folder.
The LDIF file should mention all the object classes that an entry belongs to. You should also include the classes that an entry belongs to because of inheritance of classes. For example, an entry of type inetOrgPerson has following syntax in the LDIF file:
Objects bulkloaded using the ldif2dib utility are not added with ACLs that are specified in the ACL templates for the object class of the object.
You can temporarily suspend the offline bulkload operation by pressing the s or S key. You can use the Escape key (Esc) to stop the bulkload operation.