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Public Key Warning Message

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I keep getting the below message on one user's account.  Everything seems to be working normally, but it still annoys me.  How can I get the public key to to match the one used during authentication?

WARNING: The public key for Joe User/DOM found in directory names.nsf on server Server1/DOM does not match the one used during authentication.

Version R6.0.1CF1
Server OS/400 V5R1M0
Client 6.0.3

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HemanthaKumar earned 125 total points
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recertify the id Joe User with server cert id

~Hemanth
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Make sur eJoe User is not using an old ID that has been replaced OR have him give you his public key to paste inot the person doc.
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And DON'T recertify with the server ID!  You can't certify with a server ID, only cros-certify.  I think Hemantha meant with the CERTIFIER.
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by:aszumilo
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Yes, I understood him to mean to use the certifer.  I recertified it and have not seen the message appear, yet, so looks like it worked.
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