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

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I have a RedHat Linux server that are is use for more than 1000 users Users names are coming to the server via LDAP protocol, so login authentication is from the LDAP My question: is it possible to block user login on the local machine, while users names come from LDAP? …
asked Feb 24 '15 by maihabunash
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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 …
asked Jun 17 '15 by maihabunash
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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 the domain controller ( win machine ) so to test the LDAP I run this command ldapsearch -x -h domainController.apple.com -b "dc=apple,dc=com" what I get is that: # extended LDIF # # LDAPv3 …
asked Jun 18 '15 by maihabunash
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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 … ldapsearch tool is not installed on my Linux machine, and I can't find the suitable version. Is there some other alternative to test the LDAP connection? my ldap.conf more /etc/ldap.conf logdir /var …
asked Jun 17 '15 by maihabunash