Hello,

I'm trying to point a Solaris 10 server to use IPA as it's "NIS Server".
The Solaris 10 server has no issues communicating with IPA but it can only see 
a few maps (Users, Groups).

Looking at the documentation it says you can add entries so I tried to for 
Hosts but I can't get ypcat hosts to bring up the hosts table.
Here is the entry that is in dse.ldif:

Dn= nis-domain=domain.ca+nis-map=hosts.byname,CN=NIS Server,cn=plugin,cn=config
objectClass: top
objectClass: extensibleObject
nis-map: hosts.byname
nis=base: cn=computers,cn=accounts,dc=domain,dc=ca
nis-domain: domain.ca
nis-secure: no
creatorsName: cn=directory manager
modifiersName: cn=directory manager


So when I run ypcat hosts it just brings up a blank entry so it is actually 
seeing that a table should be there.

Any ideas?

Matt
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