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Hi there

I am doing some work in a school and they have a moodle server. The moodle server is being moved out of the school and in to a centralised server farm run by the school governing body. I might have an issue now as I had to wipe the old windows server and install the AD from scratch. Now when I try and log on to the Moodle server (which is on a seperate linux machine) I get the following...

LDAP-module cannot connect to any servers:
Server: 'ldap://172.16.1.2'
Connection: 'Resource id #47'
Bind result: '
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The ip listed is the ip of the old server. Does this mean the the server mentioned was an LDAP server and if so can I create another LDAP so the linux server can connect to?
 
Or is there a way to take the files off the moodle machine and zip, tar or rar them to the guys who will be setting up the new centralised system?

HELP....
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From the error message it does suggest the authentication mechanism used was LDAP. After taking a tar/gzip of the files, you would also want to take the backup of the database. Here is a link to complete instructions on how to migrate moodle.

http://docs.moodle.org/23/en/Moodle_migration
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Thank you for the link I followed another couple of the links and forwarded them on to someone else (thank god I was released from doing this). It was all very helpful.
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