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  • I don't see anything clearly indicated from the specs although appearently we may have an ldap server easy to setup.

    Active Directory, Exchange and *weird* stuff

  • Net:: LDAP is required (under Debian: apt-get install libnet-ldap-perl).

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  • Go upgrading from exchange 2000 to 2003, need help with ldap names articles

  • No configuration file was found for slapd at/etc/ldap/slapd. conf.

    Ubuntu Forums

  • If they are, how do you configure the ldap. conf to take note of these attributes when authorizing access?

  • The connection from phpBB to our ldap server is read-only so users can not actually change their password through the phpBB system.

  • We use the ldap integration for our user authentication and its working nicely.

  • I am getting a problem that whenever I loged in with my ldap user on a ldap client and try to change the password of ldap user it doesn't allow me to do so ... azizf@pc: ~$ passwd passwd: User not known to the underlying authentication module passwd: password unchanged azizf@pc: ~$ tail/var/log/auth. log

  • El contenido debería de ser algo así: passwd: files winbind ldap shadow: files winbind ldap group: files winbind ldap hosts: files dns wins networks: files dns services: files protocols: files rpc: files ethers: files netmasks: files netgroup: files publickey: files bootparams: files automount: files aliases: files

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  • But as I open the page of admin - system - ldap, seems it doesn't show the content from file "osuser. xml".

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