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LDAP Server under Debian vs LDAP Server under Red Hat

i have read about Red Hat Directory Server: Red Hat released a directory service, that it acquired from AOL's Netscape Security Solutions unit,[1] as a commercial product running on top of ...
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How do I reset RHEL6 to autocreate home directory upon login?

I am using a RHEL6 host that is set up using LDAP for authenication. Upon first login it is supposed to create the home directory for the user (e.g. /home/gisle where gisle is my login username). I ...
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The importance of the order in domain controler names for setting an LDAP server, is there any reason?

I wonder if there is any reason to speficically put the domain controlers in the proper order, when configurung a LDAP server using autofs. For example if specify on a RedHat/CentOS the dc domain ...
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Attempting to detect acceptable LDAP base DN defaults for various directory servers in a bash script

Basically, I'm writing a script that determines an acceptable default for a base DN when pointed at a particular hostname. I'm wrapping it around ldapsearch output. I can do Active Directory by ...
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RHEL6 LDAP client not listing all the groups

Using sssd I have a RHEL6 client configured to login using LDAPS. The login works, but if the user logged in is assigned to more than 1 group at the LDAP level, groups only returns 1 group? Could I ...
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Set up chroot for LDAP users in RHEL6

I have been working on this for 2 days now and am about to give up so someone please help. I have a Red Hat 6 server joined to my active directory domain. Logins work just fine under normal ...
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doing OpenLDAP config changes in RHEL 6

I've been configuring OpenLDAP on RHEL 6 and its seems you have run the following to rebuild the config dirs. I'm ok with that, but my issues is, say I want to change the server passwd, do I have to ...
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ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)

I'm trying to set up an openLdap server and after following the instructions I'm stuck at the point where I can't add any data. The error I'm getting is ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49) Please ...