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Posted on 2007-03-26
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I was using consoleOne today and when I was working on the poa I received:
"An error occurred modifying an attribute value. Invalid Attribute"  I
searched the KB regarding this issue and it is easy to rectify.  Now for
the problem when I am using the schema manager I add the proper schema
object and get an error the I do not have sufficient rights to the
object/server to make the change.  I am logged in as admin on top of the
tree.  Here is my enviroment: NW6.5sp5 PE2500 servr, 2 gig ram 135 gig raid
5.  I have 14 remote servers part of my tree.

Any thoughts...BTW I have not run a dsrepair or dstrace.  I was waiting on
any suggestions.

 
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by:billmercer
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You say you're logging in as Admin, but are you sure Admin actually has full rights? Some folks deliberately create a separate user with full rights to the tree and then limit Admin.

The error you mentioned could also be caused by using incorrect version of ConsoleOne snapins rather than a schema error. Worth checking.
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by:christopadilla
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The snapins I am currently using are Groupwise and Groupwise Messenger.  In retrospect the problem started after the Groupwise Messenger was installed.
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>The snapins I am currently using are Groupwise and Groupwise Messenger.  
>In retrospect the problem started after the Groupwise Messenger was installed.
What versions?
What version of GroupWise?
 
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by:christopadilla
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Ver 1.3.6 C1
GW 7.01

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