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I'm not sure if this helps at all - but it appears to me that under 3.5, you can't run a Zentyal PDC and then additional DC because the users / computers and groups no longer sync. Other than the high level road map, I've been unable to find any detail about the impact of the changes.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: 3.5 AD User / Computer Sync
« on: May 23, 2014, 05:36:49 pm »
The 3.5 roadmap states:
Removal of synchronization with OpenLDAP

Should I take it that there will be no sync replacement then?  ???

I experienced this. I don't think it is your fault. LVM works in Zentyal 3.4 so I'm not sure why you should need install as a single disk image.

I had the same problem with LVM and 3.5

Installation and Upgrades / 3.5 AD User / Computer Sync
« on: May 22, 2014, 12:37:19 am »
I've set up 2 x Zentyal 3.5 servers - one as PDC and once as a secondary DC.
Although I can set them up - I'm not seeing users & computers synchronising between the PDC and secondary DC (from PDC to secondary DC).

Has anyone else seen this behaviour?

Installation and Upgrades / Openchange on non PDC ?
« on: May 10, 2014, 09:50:57 pm »
I set up a couple of 3.4 servers with the plan for one to run the PDC on a management server network and the other to run internet facing services in a DMZ - set up as a secondary DC purely underpin Openchange.

Then I'm advised:

Your setup is not supported by Zentyal right now. You need either, have a MS Exchange installed already or provision OpenChange on the Samba server that manages the Active Directory schema. This server is not able to manage the schema, and thus cannot modify it to apply the required changes by OpenChange.

Fair enough - but do we know if this is planned to change? i.e. - Openchange running on non PDC? Perhaps there are ways to work around this?

[EDIT] - BTW, I appreciate that this is my first post and I've gone straight for the 'I want feature X' approach - but truth be told, I'm really impressed Zentyal. Great job.

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