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Bizarre Error Message With Novell Certificate Server

The database communicates with Oracle Unified Directory and requests the Oracle Unified Directory to report any password policy violations. If the database gets a policy violation response from Oracle Unified Directory, then it flashes the appropriate warning or error message to the user.

Bizarre error message with Novell Certificate Server

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In theory, error messages should be painful at worst and boring at best. They tend to be cryptic; they rarely offer an apology even when one is due; they like to provide useless information like hexadecimal numbers and to withhold facts that would be useful, like plain-English explanations of how to right want went wrong. In multiple ways, most of them represent technology at its most irritating.

While not real error messages and only ever seen by a few class mates, I once wrote a spoof CPM command line interpreter for April fools day in the mid 80s and loaded it on all the machines in the schools lab, spoofing the genuine network boot sequence and then responding to any commands with genuine error messages at first, and then slowly with more frequent pseudo error messages that sounded almost right but getting increasingly silly such as:

This error message is generally associated with the following set of conditions: 1) a printer full of A4 paper; 2) a program or printer driver that has U.S. paper sizes as defaults; 3) a user who has forgotten to set the paper size on a new document.

The best I have ever seen is about a year ago. I was working with a software team doing 3rd party java applications for mobile phones. One of the applications the did tried to launch one of the phones native applications. When it failed it displayed the pretty offending error message: "Could not find the native to execute."

If you get an error about a problem with updating the ldap server (even if you have specified not to write changes back to the ldap server) try setting the ldap object class to * - see =70566 for a discussion on this problem

You can tell PHP's OpenLDAP extension to disable SSL server certificate checking to do this you must create a directory called 'C:\OpenLDAP\sysconf\' In this directory, create a file called ldap.conf with the following content:

Commercial IPSec clients include: BorderWare IPSec VPN ClientNAI PGPNetCheckpoint VPN-1 SecuRemoteCheckpoint Raptor MobileNT F-Secure VPN+ Checkpoint SecureRemote VPN-1 4.1NTS TunnelBuilderMobile NT IRE SafeNet SoftPKXedia's AccessPoint Compatibility tests are available here : -ipsec/html/2000/07/msg00274.html.PPTPPoint-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) is one of the ways to build secure channels ("tunnels") between hosts, namely point-to-point. A typical use is to connect a laptop and a company's e-mail server so that road warriors can pick up their e-mail securely by connecting to the Internet through any ISP.PPTP was developed into the form of an Internet-Draft by a group called the PPTP Forum, and free clients are readily available for the different flavors of Windows. On the Linux side, you'll have to install PPPd and PopTop (the open-source PPTP server.) Note that for testing purposes, it's OK to have the server and the client physically on the same LAN, and just pick up some unused IP addresses to be used for the tunnel. Two channels are required: The control connection (over TCP), and the data channel.IPSecThe alternative to PPTP is IPSec (IP Security), whose open-source implementation are available through FreeS/WAN and Kame. This is the second type of VPN: node-to-node (IPSec can also be used in point-to-point connections.) This is the way to connect two different locations with permanent WAN links to the Internet. L2TP actually combines the best of PPTP and Cisco's L2F protocol.IPSec tunnels do not support failover (if the IPSec VPN goes south, all current connections are lost.) Data confidentiality is achieved through the IPSec Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP). Data integrity is provided by the IPSec Authentication Header (AH) which digitally signs the outbound packet (data and headers). This signature is why IPSec and NAT are mutually incompatible, as changing any information in the header changes the packet's signature (Native IPsec requires that there be no change to the headers.)A solution this is to use so-called ESP in tunnel mode, where the original packet (including headers) is encapsuled in a new IP packet, whose source address is the outbound address of the sending VPN host, and its destination address is the inbound address of the receiving VPN host. ESP with authentication encrypts and signs the contents of the original packet. The headers of the new packet are not signed, which makes NAT possible. Another issue that IPSec and NAT present, is that some X.509 certificates can be generated based on the host's external IP address.Finally, negotiation of connection parameters is achieved through IKE (Internet Key Exchange.) Authentication inform can be picked up from a Secure DNS server ("Secure DNS - A version of the DNS or Domain Name Service enhanced with authentication services").The Linux Router Project includes support for IPSec/FreeSWAN ( )Check the introduction available from FreeSWAN's site for infos on compatibility with other IPSec-capable devices.CIPE - Crypto IP EncapsulationTunnelVVtun

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