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Modifying iFolder LDAP settings and Admin accounts on an IIS server

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Posted: 4 Sep 2002

On the IIS server all settings defined during the installation of iFolder for the LDAP server and Admin users are stored in the system registry. If you would like to modify these settings, here's a list of the ones you can change. (You might want to export a copy of your existing registry before you make any changes, in case you change your mind.)

Do not try this unless you are comfortable modifying the system registry of a Windows server.

Select START | RUN | REGEDIT |HKEY LOCAL MACHINE | SYSTEM | CurrentControlSet | Services | W3SVC | iFolderServer |

The following options are available for modification:

This is the admin account defined to administer iFolder. Multiple users can be defined by separating the names with a semi-colon (i.e. admin;user1).

This is the location where user account information will be stored.

This is the IP address of the LDAP server where usernames and passwords are stored.

This is the context where user objects reside. This can have mutiple entries as long as each context is separated by a semi-colon (i.e. o=users;o=corporate).

This is the port LDAP is listening on (by default this will either be 389 for non-secured and 636 for secured).

This is the directory path to the RootCert.der file that iFolder will be using for secured connections.

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