Just wanted to state that I’ve made a slight feature adjustment/improvement to the LDAP plugin.
You can now decide to use an AD displayName field for the environment.
Hopefully this makes sense and makes things a little nicer. It does mean to see the changes and make changes, you will have to remove and re-add the plugin. This isn’t overly difficult, just try to remember to get your configuration before hand.
Just an example:
And for creating the new LDAP item:
Try the guts of the script on an affected profile. It won’t hurt anything but might fix it.
rmdir /s /q "C:\Users\<name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\WebCache"
@EBCF From what we see in the PCAP file it’s very likely the firmware is not handling the DHCP information properly. Here is the information handed out by the DHCP server:
See how the DHCP packet itself is terminated by 0xFF (DHCP option 255 to mark the end). Now when we look at the TFTP request we see that it requests the filename plus 0xFF and a couple more non ASCII characters.
My guess is that it’s not properly handling the length information (length: 13) given in the DHCP ACK response.
So what to do about it as upgrading the firmware doesn’t seem to be available? One important thing you need to know is that the filename information is present in the DHCP answers twice:
First in the DHCP “header” (highlighted in blue) and second as DHCP option. I don’t know the DHCP spec well enough to tell you why this is the case. Though I know that some clients handle this perfectly fine and others just don’t.
So one thing you can try is adjusting the DHCP config file to remove the DHCP option if that’s possible with your Unifi Security Gateway. In ISC-DHCPD there are two different parameters for this: filename (DHCP header) and option bootfile-name (DHCP option) (reference).
If that doesn’t work out I’d think @Daniel-Miller suggesting on TFTP maps is the best route to go! Try out this map rule set:
# if the requested file contains non-ASCII characters
# send undionly.kpxe as default to fix Dell Vostro 220 issue
r .* undionly.kpxe
This regular expression should allow for all common filenames including the characters /, . and - (ref). If that doesn’t work, try e ^[[:ascii:]].*$ instead (ref).
I am trying to update to the last git version from 1 .5.7.713 to 184.108.40.2063 under Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS and I am this error :
* Setting up fogproject user..................................Already setup
* Locking fogproject as a system account......................OK
* Setting up fogproject password..............................Failed!
In log file :
passwd: unrecognized option '--stdin'