The only solution so far I could find was following Apple’s instructions for the removal of the server here. Once I removed, I redid the server settings. I did not reinstall anything, but the re-setting the server was long and painful. Now we are up again, after many wasted hours.
I can login to all accounts on the Mavericks server machine, and I can login on ML client machines, but the only one machine with the mobile account (Mavericks) cannot login, despite having logged in once successfully. I had modified the “join OD server” setting in the users pref panel on that machine a number of times, and it is now giving me the certificate warning when trying to change. I suspect it is related to some certificate issue + an issue relating to joining the OD server. I do not believe it is a mobile account issue, as I cannot login to non-mobile accounts from that machine either. Once again, that machine is running Mavericks.
There is another issue that I have not been able to resolve. A few months back, I had experimented with a x.dyndns.org address. In the log, I keep seeing users logging in email@example.com with a host of warnings, instead of firstname.lastname@example.org, and despite my best efforts, I cannot eradicate x.dyndns.org. I suspect it is somehow related to reverse look-up as others have pointed out, but the address that I inserted into dyndns.org is not my server static address. So, it is coming from somewhere else, presumably my own server. Any insights would be greatly appreciated. (I am not running server DNS.)
Network Users Cannot Login – Server 3.0 – Take 2
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