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Leopard 10.5 to Leopard 10.5 Server Connection Refused


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Have been having trouble for some time getting Leopard 10.5 clients to add Leopard 10.5 Server accounts to iCal. The users are setup in WGM with calendaring enabled and the accounts CAN be added by 10.6 clients which seems nuts. The error I keep getting is "connection to server xyz was refused" but again only with 10.5 clients. Anybody else experience the same and find a solution?

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Are they OD clients?

Is OD healthy?
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yes OD clients. OD seems fine. I can connect to shares using these users. Also, they are able to create and manage calendars properly in 10.6 though the server is 10.5. Very odd but happening the same on more than one network (server with clients).
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Connecting to shares is not a good way to measure the health of OD since AFP does not require Kerberos to work.

Look at OD in Server Manager to determine if Kerberos is running or stopped.

Why 10.6 works and 10.5 doesn't I'm not sure. Is it relative to new additions to the network?
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