Hi there @fbartels !
Thanks for your time and efforts with this…
I supposed it was related to some kind of “registration”… and yes, you’re right, I have the Slovenian locale on the Win7 machine but it should be English on the server side. Anyway, I tried to re-install the thing (the msi package) but the result is exactly the same - it installs successfully but no additional tabs are shown in the object editor (DSA - Users and Computers).
I checked the Configuration “partition” of the AD, especially the “display specifiers” section and I cannot find any “mention” of Kopano objects or extensions and I checked the English (409) and some other locales - nothing.
I’m willing to register all those pages myself by hand… the only problem is I’m not so sure what is to be registered “where”.
I found the “kopano-ads.ldf” schema extensions where only the object extensions are defined, no display specifiers.
Then I found the “InstallTemplate.ps1” script which seems responsible for registering all the stuff in Windows but I’m “missing” (not understanding) where is the “<SHEETS>” variable/array/list/file defined?
I also found the “Sheets.cs” script/source with some GUID/pages reference but I’m not so sure if that’s the right file too look at.
Oh, sorry… only now, that you mentioned “Samba install” I went through the script and found there all the references just about the thing I’m talking about (property pages, names, guids…) - I was constantly skipping this part as I’m working with a “native” Windows AD environment, no Samba DC etc… I really hope the GUIDs/pages/IDs are the same and that I can just execute the script (or do it by hand, now that I see the missing linking info).
Can you confirm the “config” is exactly the same for “native” AD or Samba AD?
Also… I think there is a little bug in the MSI install script… it fails on 32-bit systems… :)
I know, I know… “who is still using 32-bit OS-es”… but anyway…
When I created some links (Framework64 --> Framework and RegAsm64.exe --> RegAsm.exe) the installation went through (but no property pages displayed, no change in Configuration schema).
Shouldn’t the MSI update the schema in the install process?
(I did not jet try to install the MSI on a 64-bit Win 2012 English)
Thanks for all your time!