the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), a protocol used for modifying and querying items stored in directory services

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ldap 389 server with sssd client, cannot modify password

I setup the 389 ldap server on a fedora system. I can authenticate against the system, but I cannot update/modify a password neither as root nor as user. user root gets a "Password reset by root is ...
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Changing LDAP server preference on Solaris 10

I've recently inherited a new environment running Solaris 10 and I was looking for information on how to change the LDAP server preference on an LDAP client, namely through modifying the ...
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Can Linux ldap users still available if ldap server is unlinked?

I have a Linux with some users have their password in /etc/shadow and other authenticate through LDAP. Is there a way to make user that have their password stored on ldap continuing to be available ...
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freerdp & ldap authentication

I have a linux desktop machine that authenticates upon login against an MS Active Directory Server using sssd. I wish to allow the user to run a remote desktop session and have setup freerdp to ...
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Linux + LDAP/ActiveDirectory: Can't create a private group for the user like “username:username”

My apologies first for not phrasing this question very well, because it's difficult to Google. (Try finding a Google answer with the terms "self user group" in it.) Normally, with PAM in Linux, when ...
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Migrate LDAP from one machine to another

My current task is to migrate the content from one machine (source) to another (target). Both machines are identical. One is heavily used and the other is clean. I already have all the files that are ...
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Postfix database unreachable behaviour

I have a server running postfix and dovecot with a local mysql database to store virtual domains and users. I'm considering to move the database to another server and perhaps switch to using ldap ...
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LDAP/LDIF configuration option storage?

A LDAP server/database seems like a good solution for centralized/server-side as well as non-centralized/client-side configuration option storage to me: open, well-documented interface and interface ...
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How can I set up centralized home directories and user authentication using LDAP and NFS?

I am trying to configure my server to authenticate users using LDAP and save their home directories on a NFS-Directory, also located on the server. i.e.: I share a directory on my server: /nfsexport ...
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Configuring MSAD in RHEL [closed]

We are trying to configure MSAD in our LINUX VM(RHEL).So that users can login with there accounts directly to the LINUX VM(RHEL) instead of using service accounts.Can someone help me out here ? ...
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Thunderbird no longer starts after upgrade to 38.3.0

After I upgraded Thunderbird last Monday to version 38.3.0 on my Mint 17.2 XFce I was no longer able to start Thunderbird. First I made sure that the files in my profile were all owned by me. When ...
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acroread only runs as root

Note I already asked the exact same question here, with no success. I hope it's not a problem. I am working on a computer connected to a LDAP server. The computer is running under Linux Mint 17. I ...
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Doesn't these program respect nsswitch?

I've set up LDAP and nsswitch on ubuntu and to some extent it seem to work. For example getent passwd lists accounts from both /etc/passwd and LDAP server. However for example id <user>, sudo ...
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why md5 encrypted password insert into php ldap admin extra {md5}

I am using python script to inter encrypted password into php ldap admin but the problem I am facing is LDAP add extra {md5} before the encrypted password, I simulated the code by creating two files ...
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ldappassword for user without ldap password prompt

I installed pam,nss and ldap authentication. I have two rule host : 183 -- installed openldap server, 123-- installed openldap client. my ldap system works fine. But What i want to do is: when I ...
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read-only ldap client setup

I have a Debian Linux box hosted on the cloud that I want to provide mail services with (Postfix/Dovecot). I want it to access my openLDAP server at home for authentication and to provide users email ...
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SASL fails to with against LDAP

So I am running into a whirlwind of issues with my cyrus install. I am setting up a multi-domain kolab groupware solution. I am on centos 6.7 I am getting this flooding my error logs when I try to ...
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OS X Directory Services

I have been reading from Advanced Programming in the UNIX environment (Stevenson and Rago), and I am currently reading about how user data is stored on various systems, including Linux, FreeBSD, and ...
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Restarting LDAP client service

I have modified ldap.conf and slapd.conf. I'm wondering how I can restart the ldap/client service, filesystem/autofs and name-service/cache. OS: Solaris 11 but advice on linux should help too
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Relationship between limits.conf and LDAP?

This seems like a straight forward question: Is there a relationship between the groups defined in ldap ldif files and /etc/security/limits.conf ? I.e., does defining an LDAP user with ...
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How can I run unattended processes as authenticated AD/LDAP users?

I'm switching some servers over to Debian 8 and using realmd for Active Directory (LDAP/Kerberos) authentication. This has been working great and allows Domain Users to login to my server, etc. ...
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Allow username input sddm (LDAP/Kerberos)

The overarching question: How can I enable SDDM to accept username input in Debian? Underlying/implicit questions: How does SDDM recognize users? What is the Debian alternative to ...
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IPA server configuration: Cannot use IP network address

I am stuck with an error while configuring IdM server for my environment. I got this weird error invalid ip address 192.168.1.77 for server.example.com: cannot use ip network address The error came ...
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LDAP replication issues (duplication)

I initially thought this question might be more appropriate for SO, however as I believe it's more of a configuration problem I have posted it here. I'm running LDAP 2.4 on RHEL 6.4. I have 2 LDAP ...
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OpenLDAP: Invalid syntax error when trying to add LDIF

I keep getting an invalid syntax error when trying to create a user in OpenLDAP (CentOS 7). This is a new install of OpenLDAP for testing purposes. So far I've managed to create a group called "Lab ...
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How to uninstall OpenLDAP in RedHat?

I have installed OpenLDAP with yum, but I have accidentally deleted some of the config files. I am not able to recover them. I want to uninstall it. I tried the following command but it ends with an ...
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OpenLDAP's cn=config is not getting fully replicated

I've got OpenLDAP 2.4.39 master and a read-only replica, using the cn=config aka "OLC" configuration (as oppose to the older slapd.conf method). Replication works for data (user accounts, etc) but ...
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Trying to install a cluster, DHCP failing to start

Trying to install a linux cluster using this tutorial. I am running CentOS 6.3. When I try to start DHCP with service dhcpd start, it fails. I've used tail -f /var/log/messages and dhcpd -t, but I ...
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How to create two DIT's in the openldap

this is the file my first DIT. # AUTO-GENERATED FILE - DO NOT EDIT!! Use ldapmodify. # CRC32 78ca14ea dn: olcDatabase={1}hdb objectClass: olcDatabaseConfig objectClass: olcHdbConfig olcDatabase: ...
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how to verified LDAP on Linux machine

I want to test the LDAP connectivity between my linux machine to the windows domain controler , so I installed successfully the tool- ldapsearch The Linux machine do authentication of users agaisnt ...
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What are the other alternative to test a LDAP connection on linux machine

I have Linux machine, Redhat 5.8, that gets data via LDAP. For an unclear reason, I can’t get the data via LDAP. I see that from /var/log/messages and /var/log/secure the problem is that the ...
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what is the right ldapsearch version for my linux red-hat machine

I am little a confused about the following: I want to install the binary ldapsearch tool on my Linux machine, in order to use this tool to test LDAP connections with my Linux (Linux version 5.8 , ...
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OpenLDAP: How to add home directory for users?

I am experimenting with an OpenLDAP-Server and I'm not sure how to add /home directories for users. Also where are the files stored? If a user creates a file on a Windows machine in the domain, where ...
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very simple web ldap client

I need very simple ldap client with web only interface to work with OpenLdap, with such requirements: 1)Create/Delete/Rename organizationalUnit 2)Add/Remove/Edit inetOrgPerson (fields = cn,uid,Email) ...
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ldap user on samba share

I have two servers: one is ldap and the other is samba. I have an existing user on the ldap server for an ldap client. Now I want to use this user account with samba to give share access permissions ...
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Authentication token type [(null)] is not supported

I have configured sssd on my servers (some RHEL and CentOS 6), but on some of them, I get the following error in /var/log/sssd/sssd_example.com.log: [sssd[be[example.com]]] [sdap_auth_send] (1): ...
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Configure ldap client without yast

I'm configuring an LDAP client in a large number of Suse servers. The only way that I know to do this is using Yast, and this way is slow. I can't find another way. Anyone know another way to do ...
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OpenLDAP and vsftpd default directory

We are hosting a cluster of VMs all incorporating OpenLDAP. I came on after the server was setup, and the original sysadmin set a single FTP LDAP username for everyone inside and outside the ...
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modify file using awk or sed

I have a text file contains ldap data in the give below format, our default structure says every user must have its own respective "home directory" but in given below i found many users have the same ...
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LDAP Force Password Change Through HTTPS

We have a "master" server running Suse Enterprise with LDAP that controls user's access to our systems. We want to implement a 90 day expiration policy, but the issue is that most of our servers are ...
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How do I view multiple users groups using sssd?

SETUP OS = RHEL 6.4 Workstation System is part of an LDAP domain and was originally configured to authenticate using nscd. All recommended SSSD packages have been installed. ...
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How to configure dbox mail storage format for a single mail account?

I'm using ldap database at backend and I want to configure my mail server such a way that one mail id i.e. info@domain.au will be stored as dbox format while other mails will be stored in maildir ...
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How to limit bad logins via apache LDAP module?

We are using 2.2.22-1ubuntu1.8 on an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS: # cat /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default ... DocumentRoot /var/www <Directory /> ... AuthType Basic AuthName "Please input password" ...
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Postfix Dovecot unix Error : missing '=' after attribute

According to multiple documents like https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Postfix/DovecotLDAP One of the configuration lines is: dovecot unix - n n - - pipe ...
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smd5 - generate by unix tool or perl

I have problem on Unix, have to create a lot of passwords in smd5 but don't know how to generate smd5 passwords using some unix tool or perl in a form: {smd5}DoZgZ.OE$vSg4ZH7Bpy0BCdXNzBj001 I have ...
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Directory Server doing lookups on one ldap server and authintication on another ldap server

I have an old Centos Directory Server and a new 389 Directory Server. I don't want to use sssd at the moment so lets keep that suggestion off the table. I do the following my RHEL 6.4 servers: ...
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common-account line read order

My authentication is centralized in a LDAP. I've one login system who is working without any ldap so it's present in my /etc/passwd file. This my common-account file in pam.d directory. account ...
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Disabling sslv3 on samba4

How can I disable sslv3 on samba4 ldaps and just have tlsv1 enabled? I have not been able to find any documentation or guides on disabling this feature. This is in regards to the poodle ...
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Adding a system user to an LDAP group with SSSD

Our LDAP server is running RFC 2307 groups (memberuid contains a username, not a DN). With our old nscd/nss_ldap/pam_ldap setup, you could list a non-LDAP user (a system user from /etc/passwd) in an ...
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migrating local users to LDAP

I have sucessfully setup LDAP and LAM on a raspberry pi in my home network. I have several Linux machines around the house, some Windows machines, aswell as a QNAP TS-210 NAS. They all have the same ...