Error updating local ID file

Posted on 2000-01-13
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Hi !
      The error "Error updating local ID file : the public keys specified in the Change Request do not match those specified in the new certificate." appears every time my Domino Server (R5) is initialized. How can I solve this problem ?

            Thanks !
Question by:ptenuta
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Hi ptenuta

Try to recertify ur ID file used to start ur Domino server.

Good Luck

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ghassan99 earned 100 total points
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There are a variety of error messages for basically the same problem, which I also encounter regularly.
Copy and paste the server id file's public key into the troubled server document, in the 'Certified Public Key' field.

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