Calendar Server 3.5: Problem using user's ID with uniuser -mod command

When there are two users who have the same Common Name (CN) in LDAP but
different User ID's (uid
field), I have a problem using the uid
field as an argument to
uniuser -mod in Netscape Calendar
Server (NCS) 3.5. For example, there may be two users, User1 and User2, who
both have the CN "John Smith."<BR>
<P>
<B>User1</B>
uid: jsmith2
sn: Smith
givenname: John
nscalxitemid: 10001:00314
<B>User2</B>
uid: jsmith
sn: Smith
givenname: John
nscalxitemid: 10001:00213
<P>
Let's say I want to change the value for nsCalOrgUnit2
for User1 to "jsmith." In NCS 4.0,
I can specify the uid as
an argument to uniuser -mod
. However, in NCS 3.5, if I specify the
uid as an argument to
uniuser -mod, the entry
for the user does not get changed.<BR>
<P>
<B>Calendar Server 4.0</B><BR>
<P>
%uniuser -mod "ID=00314" -m "OU2=jsmith/OU3=People" -n 10001
<BR>
uniuser: modified "Smith, John"<BR>
<P>
(The LDAP entry for User1 also reflects this change.)
<P>
<B>Calendar Server 3.5</B><BR>
<P>
%uniuser -mod "ID=00314" "OU2=jsmith/OU3=People" 10001
<BR>
uniuser: no need to modify "Smith,John"<BR>
<P>
(The LDAP entry for User1 does not reflect the change.)<BR>
<P>
%uniuser -mod "S=Smith/G=John/ID=00314" "OU2=jsmith/OU3=People"
10001<BR>
uniuser: no need to modify "Smith,John"<BR>
<P>
(The LDAP entry for User1 does not reflect the change.)<BR>
<P>
If I use the command uniuser -mod "S=Smith/G=John"
"OU2=jsmith/OU3=People" 10001
in NCS 3.5, the script will change the entry of the first "John Smith" in the
database and will cause the LDAP entry for this user to be updated as well.
However, the entry modified may or may not be the correct one. So, in
NCS 3.5, is there a way to specify a particular uid
to ensure that the correct LDAP entry
is modified?
<P>
To modify a user's information using the uid
field in Calendar Server 3.5, change
the user.ini file. The
following steps show how to change a user's information by modifying the
.ini file:<BR>
<P>
<OL>
<LI>Open the user.ini
file, which is in the path /users/unison/misc/user.ini
<P>
<LI>Add a section containing the desired changes. For example,<BR>
<P>
[Test]<BR>
OU2 = jsmith<BR>
OU3 = People<BR>
<P>
<LI>Run uniuser with
the following options:<BR>
<P>
% uniuser -mod "ID=00314" -s Test 10001
</OL>

It turns out to be a problem with the user Keychain. It has some weird entry that was sending the wrong password. I delete all entries to the server and that corrected the problem

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    STATE     0
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    EXPIRATION     
    TIME_MANAGER_INFO     
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    CHAIN_NO     0
    CSCN     0
    DSCN     0
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    DEQ_UID     
    DEQ_TID     
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