Error in setting up Active Directory in PowerBook G4

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Hello,

I am trying to set up Active Directory in my new Power Book G4 running on Panther OS to log into a Windows 2000 domain.

I entered the forest, domain and ID, then selected 'bind'. First it asked: 'Network Administrator Required'. So far, everything was still okay.

During 'Step 3 of 5: Verifying credentials', the dialog box said: 'Authenticate' and 'Directory access requires that you type your password.' 

When it reached 'Step 5 of 5', it hanged and a pop up window appeared saying, "Insufficient Privileges" and "The administrator account you specified does not have the appropriate privileges to perform the requested operation."

Is this referring to the 'Network Administrator' or to the authentication (Step 3 of 5)? I have tried all sorts of logins for both, including admin and root user for the authentication step and syS admin for the Network Administrator login. Nothing changed and I still get the error.

Does anyone know how to go about this problem? Thanks in advance.

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Error in setting up Active Directory in PowerBook G4

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Hi

The image shows that your system is not functioning properly, and the problem might be with the copy of windows you are running. If your windows copy works well, then you should try this to fix your issue: Reinstall dream weaver. You have to do this since there is no other way to fix this type of issue i.e. the software corrupting. So go ahead and create a backup of all you need and reinstall the software. As of now there is no other software that is able to recover such an error.

You could also update your software to the latest version. What this means is you need to find out whether there is a later version than the one you are running, if there is you can go ahead and update the software and see if this fixes your problems hopefully then you won’t have to reinstall the software (though this is a long shot)

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