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Please raise this question in weblogic forum.
Goto $BEA_Home\user_projects\domains\<Domain_Name>\servers\<ManagedServerName>\data and rename the "ldap" directory to any other name. Now try restarting the managed server.
it turned out to be an OSB related problem - WLS forum would not have been able to help.
The startManagedWebLogic script should be run only within an environment which has been correctly setup using the domain setDomainEnv script. This seems to add some classpaths and stuff like this which, if missing, produces the exception - it actually has absolutely nothing to do with the user and password being wrong.
If you are using a node manager to start the managed servers then it should also be run within an evironment correctly setup with the domain's setDomainEnv script.