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NMAS_E_INVALID_SPM_REQUEST

Overview#

NMAS_E_INVALID_SPM_REQUEST (-1697 0xFFFFF95F) The requested password operation is invalid.

Dump Edirectory Password Information Tool#

When Ldapwiki has observed NMAS_E_INVALID_SPM_REQUEST, it is typically Indicates NMAS Authentication enabled on the server but the Universal Password is not enabled for the Entry."

This is probably because a nspmPasswordPolicyDN is NOT assigned to the user.

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