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LDAP Groups in authconfig

In my authconfig setup , I always use : --ldapbasedn='ou=users,o=Directory' I thought by using: --ldapbasedn='o=Directory' Groups would also be included, but no luck. My LDAP ...
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CentOS/Redhat: Systemwide aliases when logging in through LDAP/sssd

I've asked this question in the Centos Support forum, but we didn't found a solution for it (https://www.centos.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=46101#p196728) When logging in through LDAP/sssd, ...
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Where do I specify the Bind DN and password for sss+ldap?

I'm trying sssd for LDAP authentication, and while it can show user IDs with the id command, getent group and getent passwd do not show LDAP names, and while I can chown files to ldap users, they ls ...
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OpenLDAP+pam_ldap+ppolicy does not notify user that they are blocked

We have an OpenLDAP server configured to use the password policy overlay in order to lock users when they reach a certain number of failed password attempts. This is working perfectly but when a ...
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Adding win7 shared folders to *nix domain?

I have a CentOS 6.x/ NIS based network from which I need to start sharing some folders to Win7 machines. I've installed Samba on a test system but can't seem to get the trick of having the Win7 ...
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access to <url> forbidden; SVN with Apache and LDAP

I'm setting up an SVN server on a CentOS VM. What I want to achieve is an SVN server on port 443 with multiple repositories accessible at an address https://192.168.0.5:443/svn/ReposXX/trunk, for ...
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Authenticate users with Zimbra LDAP Server from other CentOS clients

I'am wondering that how can integrate my database,web,backup etc.. centos servers with Zimbra LDAP Server. Does it require more advanced configuration than standart ldap authentication ? My zimbra ...
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How do I set up disk quotas over LDAP on CentOs?

I've been google-ing for some time and I haven't been able to find any resources or hints on the subject. I am wondering if it is possible to do so, if so how? Any nudge in right direction will be ...
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Is This Normal LDAP Behaviour In CentOS Linux?

Hello fine people! As a novice in the Linux world, I have managed to learn enough to put into production a ClearOS 5.2 server running the CentOS Linux Distro. This box serves as my Primary Domain ...
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Getting the LDAP password from the LDAP Directory

First up, I know this question's got the potential to be downvoted and closed, nonetheless I think I will go ahead and ask it all the same because our issue is genuine enough. We have a mail server ...
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After cert replacement, Apache servers on Centos can't ldaps auth

I run a bunch of servers, some run Ubuntu 12.04, and some run Centos 6.3 . Recently, the self-signed SSL certificate on my ldap server expired, so I generated a new one, and distributed it to all the ...
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Refresh ldap client configuration Centos

Recently we change the ip address (and add some groups) of our LDAP server (running in Suse Enterprise) so should change also the ldap authenthication configurations for all the servers that we have. ...
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How can I allow users to change their local passwords?

We use an LDAP-server, but we also use local accounts. [jdoe@tst-03 ~]$ passwd Changing password for user jdoe. Changing password for jdoe. (current) UNIX password: Enter login(LDAP) password: This ...
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480 views

How to add ACI's to OpenLDAP properly

So I'm trying to get some ACI's added to my OpenLDAP system (hosting on CentOS 6). I've read how others put their ACI's in bdb like so... olcAccess: to attrs=userPassword,shadowLastChange by ...
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Using autobind without LDAPI

I am trying to automate the installation of my OpenLDAP servers. Currently packages get installed (openldap-clients, openldap-servers) and started with their default configurations. I have a LDIF ...
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1answer
597 views

could not stat config file “slapd.conf” to add entries to LDAP

I got a problem when I adding some entries in LDAP slapadd -l /etc/openldap/root.ldif -f slapd.conf -d 10 slapadd -l /etc/openldap/people.ldif -f slapd.conf -d 10 slapadd -l ...
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Is there way to detect and track the changes made to OpenLDAP

I'm testing some solution with OpenLDAP. I running test box with openldap server and checking functionalities, testing solution etc. I'm wondering is there a way to track changes made to LDAP ...
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LDAP showing too many users and groups on Linux clients

We are hosting LDAP on a Solaris server and using 150 Solaris clients and 50 Linux clients. Users and groups have a list of netgroups (server hostnames) that they are able to access. This means that a ...
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How do I authenticate with LDAP via the command line?

The LDAP server is hosted on Solaris. The client is CentOS. OpenLDAP/NSLCD/SSH authentication via LDAP work fine, but I am not able to use the ldapsearch commands to debug LDAP issues. [root@tst-01 ...
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Samba + LDAP: user authentication works for one but not another server

I have a very frustrating problem I'm trying to solve for a few days now, maybe one of you can help me. I have two (standalone) samba servers which should authenticate the users using an LDAP server. ...
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I can't make sudo su on old version CentOS with LDAP

I configured many servers with the option to make "sudo su" with ldap users, and works fine. But in 2 servers (CentOS 5.7 and 5.5) this option show me an error: [user] is not in the sudoers ...
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547 views

Disable LDAP service in CentOS 6.3

What command needed to disable LDAP service in CentOS 6.3. I tried: authconfig --disableldap but it doesn't work. I am trying to run ISC-DHCP in my machine but it always shows Not searching ...
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“Unable to get term attr: Invalid argument” while trying to SCP

I have to set up two LDAP servers for replication. My problem is that when i want to copy the master-slapd's database files with scp command i get the next message after typing in the account's ...
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CentOS Directory Server - Changing Password via LDAP Modify, passing in old password

This might be a bit odd, as I've had no success finding a solution thus far. This is installed in CentOS 5.8, and using CentOS-Directory/8.2.8 B2012.041.1227. Simply, I am using an application which ...
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RHEL 5/CentOS 5 - sshd becomes unresponsive

I have a number of CentOS 5.x and RHEL 5.x systems whose SSH daemons become unresponsive. This prevents remote logins. The typical error from the connecting side is: $ ssh db1 db1 : ...
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LDAP 389: Auto user creation at the client machines

I have setup an 389 directory server on Centos 6. User authentication works fine, however, I have to create individual users on each client machine after creating the user at the directory server. ...
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Google authenticator with Openldap or Fedora 389 Server

After a little googling I could see some references of configuring Google Authenticator with Windows Active Directory, however, I could not see how I could do it on Linux/CentOS system. What would be ...
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Configuring openLDAP in CentOS 6.3

I have followed the instructions found in this question until the part that I have to do an ldapadd using "cn=Manager,dc=syco,dc=net" as DN. However, I am getting the error Invalid Credentials (49) ...
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Configure DB2 LDAP authentication

I want to configure LDAP auth in DB2. From IBM docs I learned that first I need to configure LDAP authentication in operating system. But in documentation described old way of configuring LDAP for ...
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Where located /etc/ldap.conf in CentOS 6.3?

Where I can find /etc/ldap.conf file to configure system authentication through LDAP in CentOS 6.3?
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CentOS PAM+LDAP login and host attribute

My system is CentOS 6.3, openldap is configured well, PAM authorization works fine. But after turning pam_check_host_attr to yes, all LDAP-auths fail with message "Access denied for this host". ...
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Testlink stop working when configuring it to use LDAP

I have a TestLink webservice running on a server, and OpenLDAP running on other server. There are no firewall problems between them (I managed to configure Redmine, on the same server as TestLink, to ...
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Integration (Authn & Authz) with Active Directory in linux [closed]

I am trying to find a unified authentication scheme for linux servers to authenticate against Active Directory. Mainly these are Ubuntu and CentOS servers. What I need: Free, stable solution ...
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Guest Internet access for an hotel

First of all, thanks so much for all the help from all the techies on this site. We have to implement the ability for guests to use the internet over wireless for an hotel. When guests check into ...
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1answer
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Unable to add user using useradd

Attempting to add a (non-existant) user to my CentOS system is returning useradd: user example exists. I can successfully manually add the user to /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow, but that workaround is A ...
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Apache httpd with LDAP error in CentOS

I'm trying to setup an Apache web server that only allows access to users that are in an LDAP store. I am able to setup exactly what I want on my local Windows 7 machine using Apache 2.2.21 against ...
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How do I enable pwdPolicy in openldap on Centos 6?

Shouldn't it be enough to execute the following? Or do I need to do anything special to my users, like adding or having a specific objectClass or something? ldapadd -H ldaps://ldap.syco.net -x -D ...
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How do I add olcAuditLogConfig to openldap on Centos 6

Regarding to 'man slapo-auditlog' I should just need to add the following. dn: olcOverlay=auditlog,olcDatabase={1}hdb,cn=config changetype: add objectClass: olcOverlayConfig objectClass: ...
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How do I configure LDAP on Centos 6 for user authentication in the most secure and correct way?

During the last couple of days I have been using a lot of F-words, while browsing Internet for good documentation about how to setup an LDAP-server. So far I have found none, but plenty that are less ...
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1answer
460 views

How to make local /etc/group take priority over LDAP when names collide?

We have a working LDAP set up. However we hit a problem recently due to some user names and group names existing both in the local files and in LDAP. Specifically the apache user and group existed ...
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centos 5.x and ldap failover

I am having trouble with LDAP authentication fail-over. We currently have two CentOS-DS directory servers working in a multi-master setup. One Server per site. Normally, logins process fine. ...
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1answer
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Configured Linux Machine to Authenticate to LDAP But not working

I am Using Cent Os Operating System and i need to configure LDAP Authentication for this machine. I have configured the ldap client using using authconfig-tui command. And i have cross checked the ...
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1answer
900 views

Force SHA when user changes LDAP password using passwd

I'm trying to setup PAM/LDAP so that when a logged in SSH user changes their password using passwd, it encrypts the password with SHA1 before updating the LDAP entry. I have this # /etc/ldap.conf ... ...
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Error on LDAP Login - xsessions error - Session lasted less than 10 seconds

I have two machines both running CentOS 5.6 64bit. On the LDAP Machine it has a DHCP, BIND and OpenLDAP Server. LDAP is correctly configured and users can authenticate against it. Using root I ...
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Authenticate CentOS against AD without Samba/Winbind

We currently have our CentOS 5.5 servers authenticating against our Active Directory environment (Windows 2003 R2) utilizing Samba & Winbind. It's served us well but we need something more robust ...
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Configuring a LDAP client

I have an existing LDAP (openldap) server that I'm trying to get CentOS servers to authenticate to and for the life of me I cannot make this happen. For example, I want to do # ssh ...
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ldap force user to change password

I am using CentOS-ds (based off Redhat-DS and 389 directory servers). I have LDAP setup, and working to authenticate users (and Sudo, thats a handy feature!). even passwd is working great to change ...
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1answer
677 views

Can't contact LDAP server (-1)

When I do a ldap search using the command Ldapserach -x -b 'dc=domain,dc=com''(objectclass=*)' it gives an error stating ldap_bind: Can't contact LDAP server (-1). I am doing a ldap search on the ...
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authenticate to ldap in centos

I'm trying to set centos to authenticate to a server 2003 AD. I run authconfig-gtk and select ldap for "User Information" and "Authentication" and configure it as such base dn: dc=test,dc=com ...