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

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Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely

We store our users in LDAP, alongside some groups that have meaning across different systems (organizational roles including wheel). There are also groups local to workstations, e.g. audio or video ...
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Samba not working through AD

I'm trying to get a samba to work with a windows AD. And i can't use my shares through samba. My smb.conf #GLOBAL PARAMETERS [global] workgroup = MY_DOMAIN realm = MY_DOMAIN.COM preferred ...
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Samba passwords expiring in x days - how do we fix them to not expire

We use OpenLDAP and Samba v3. Recently some Samba-defined users (no accounts on the shared linux server) started being listed in logwatch as having their passwords come up to "will expire"...I ...
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Multiple PCs network centralized system authentication

(I couldn't really choose an accurate title as I don't know exactly what the feature I'm looking for is called. Sorry about that. I hope that the following lines may clear this aspect.) I own a dozen ...
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How to filter group membership from the ldap server?

Context : We have a Ubuntu 12.04 with authentication done on a ldap server. Unfortunately, one (ldap) user belongs to a (ldap) group named "admin". I know there is the option ...
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openldap: add auxiliary class

I want to add an auxiliary class to OpenLDAP. What exactly do I have to do? I'm using Apache Directory Studio as editor. I've added a new core schema with olcObjectClasses "testclass" and an ...
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Autofs doesn't mount shares on startup

I am using OpenSuSE 12.1 with homes shared through LDAP and NFS. ldap stores the maps. My problem is I can't have the shares mounted on boot. It's only working when restarting the autofs service ...
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error with slap.d while installing software

I am trying to install wireshark (this issue is not specific to wireshark) on my ubuntu box and I keep getting the following error for slap.d: Setting up slapd (2.4.23-6ubuntu6.1) ... Creating ...
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Segmentation fault while doing `sudo su -`

I am getting a segmentation fault error while doing sudo su - or sudo su - username in Linux Server (RHEL 4.7). Can any one help me resolve this issue? Linux server (RHEL 4.7) is a LDAP client.
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LDAP on openSUSE

I'm trying to run an LDAP server on a openSUSE 12. But I have a couple of doubts. What I whant is this: testing.com with 2 OU (Info and People ). So the right way would be ou=Info,dc=testing,dc=com. ...
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OpenLDAP Centos 6

I am trying to set up some ACLs (starting off with a simple userpassword ACL) on a new OpenLdap deployment. I am trying to get to grips with the new conf.d configuration format - but am struggling. ...
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How do I add a local user to a box that uses LDAP authenticaiton?

I'm working with a box that uses LDAP for user authentication. However, I need to add a local user to run some services and I don't want non-person users junking up the LDAP directory. Does anyone ...
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Can't su root after editing PAM confiugration on Rackspace Linux box

I've just hosed a system. Working on pam-ldap on an Ubuntu box, I've run pam-auth-update and told it to override local modifications (which had previously allowed for sudo su, but I was having issues ...
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apache ldap authentication taking far too long

I configured apache2.2 (CentOS 5.6) to provide ldap authentication with Active Directory. <Directory "/var/www/html"> AuthType Basic AuthName "Authenticate with domain ...
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Connect to LDAP with cn=config in Debian Squeeze

How can I connect with an LDAP-Browser to a Debian Squeeze default openldap-installation? (It uses cn=config only).
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Centos directory server / 389 directory server - any differences?

I have very broad view that Redhat Directory Server, 389 Directory Server and Centos Directory Server are all the same. It's just the support you pay for on the RedHat version. Is this true? Are ...
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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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Is Open LDAP meant to work with the passwd command for Linux?

I've implemented an Open LDAP server in OpenSuSE 11.2 via the YaST GUI. I'm having success logging in from the local machine and other machines via LDAP. I am able to change LDAP user passwords via ...
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Mass update of /etc/ldap.secret

I have a group of servers authenticating against an LDAP server. I would like to be able to periodically update the /etc/ldap.secret file with an updated secret. I've written a small script that reads ...
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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 ...
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Howto set access control lists ACLs in OpenLDAP

I'm using the Debian Squeeze OpenLDAP. Where can I set ACLs? Isn't it possible to execute the access to directives with ldapmodify? There's no slapd.conf file in Debian, they use a slapd.d folder
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Resource needed to manage cert.db7 files for AIX

On AIX to get LDAP authentication working it has wanted to store the LDAP SSL certificate's trusted root in a cert.db7 file. Mozilla stopped supporting it in NSS (Netscape Security Services) a while ...
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Setting up a unix powered network

I want to set up several computers on a LAN, all connecting to one unix server. The primary goal being that the user accounts should only exist on the server. So that any user could access his normal ...
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How would you migrate from a Windows AD to a Linux LDAP server?

I currently run a Windows server with Active Directory. But since we're no longer using Exchange 2007, it became a fancy file server with authentication. I would like to move the AD to a Linux ...
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Identity Management with ActiveDirectory

What is the best, or most reliable, way to manage my Unix/Linux user accounts with ActiveDirectory? Or, is this even feasible?