This file contains issues related to the shipping versions of Certificate Server 3.1, NICI 2.7, and NMAS 3.0.
For detailed Certificate Server documentation, see the Certificate Server documentation Web site.
"The PKI install was unable to create the default IP and DNS certificates. Error -613. Do you want to retry?"The -613 error is not a fatal error; however, Novell Certificate Server will not be able to create the auto-generated certificates which match the long DNS name.
To avoid this problem with future servers, make sure that the combined number of characters of the DNS name and the server name is fewer than 54 characters.
To fix this problem on an existing server, use ConsoleOne or iManager to manually create a server certificate using the DNS name or the IP address as the certificate subject name, depending on the needs of your applications.
See the Novell Certificate Server Administration Guide for instructions on how to create server certificates.
After the server certificate is created, the applications (Apache, Tomcat, etc.) on which you want to use the new server certificate will need to be configured to do so.
For detailed NICI documentation, see the NICI documentation Web site.
The version of NICI shipping with this release contains components that might abend under low memory conditions. On NetWare servers, this problem may occur with xengexp or xengusc loaded.There is no workaround at this time. To avoid this problem, ensure that your server does not run out of memory.
For detailed NMAS documentation, see the NMAS documentation Web site.
To resolve this, do the following:
This issue can also be resolved by running ConsoleOne on a workstation using Novell Client version 4.9 SP1a or later.
The Certificate-based NMAS methods in NMAS EE 2.0 are also incompatible with eDirectory 8.7.3.
A problem might arise if you set or change a user's simple password from the ConsoleOne administrative snap-ins using Force Password Change. If you experience problems setting an initial password, you might need to check the Force Password Change check box. If the user already has a password set, Force Password Change might not work unless you remove the current password and specify a new one.
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