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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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openldap cacerts directory symbolic link to /etc/pki/tls/certs - Yes/No? Why?

Every single article/how-to/blog on openldap talks about putting the ldap cert for ldaps in the /etc/openldap/cacerts directory. I am wondering why not just put the cert(s) in /etc/pki/tls/certs and ...
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TOLVEN installation: Test Database and LDAP Connections After ConfigPhase1

I am trying to install tolven, and following the manual http://wiki.tolven.org/index.php/Installation_Guide My linux system info is as follows: root@localhost:/> cat /etc/issue **CentOS release ...
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inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command

I have written a bash script which detects if a .ldif file has been written into a directory and if written, executes an ldapadd command and then deletes that file. The scripts is as follows: ...
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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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OpenLDAP Windows and sssd with multiple groups Suse

I have a OpenLDAP server (windows version) installed with user and groups correctly configured. Most of the users belongs to differents groups. I have a problem with the sssd configuration to access ...
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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 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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Configure selinux to allow openldap on CentOS 6.4

I'm trying to run an OpenLDAP server on CentOS 6.4 with selinux enabled, but slapd is dieing as soon as it's started via /etc/init.d/slapd start. (init script reports OK; everything works fine after ...
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Configuring OpenLDAP init script on CentOS 6.4

If I just run slapd with no arguments (as root) it starts and works fine. When I try to start it using /etc/init.d/slapd start however, it dies immediately. I see from looking at the init script that ...
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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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Getting CentOS 6 to trust a certificate from AD

I'm trying to get my CentOS server to trust a certificate I've installed from an active directory server (I converted the .cer to .pem earlier.) When I try to connect, the debug information is: ...
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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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Bind DN entry missing in stash file - while initializing database for realm

I'm trying to run kerberos with ldap back-end on Centos 6.3 After creating Realm with: kdb5_ldap_util -D "cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com" create -sscope sub -sf ...
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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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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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CentOS openLDAP cert trust issues

# LDAPTLS_CACERTDIR=/etc/ssl/certs/ ldapwhoami -x -ZZ -H ldaps://ldap.domain.tld ldap_start_tls: Can't contact LDAP server (-1) additional info: TLS error -8172:Peer's certificate issuer has ...
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How to configure OpenLDAP 2.4.23 for SSL on CentOS 6.3?

I have installed openldap 2.4.23 on CentOS 6.3 using the yum package 'openldap-servers'. When I follow instructions to configure openldap for SSL (such as ...
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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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gnutls vs openssl with openldap, debian and centos

I have a Debian 6.0.5 server running openldap. It appears to be compiled against gnutls. I used gnutls' certtool to generate a self-signed certificate and I have used it on a few debian client ...
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CentOS 6.2 there is no slapd.conf after installating openldap

I have just installed fresh Centos 6.2 with openldap and samba with yum command. I'm having a bit of issue with finding the slapd.conf file. There is a folder for slap.d/ but no conf file in it by ...
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FreeRADIUS2 and LDAP Authentication

I am currently running a CentOS 5.5 box with FreeRADIUS2 on it. I have the simple authentication turned on right now (username and pass is set via /etc/raddb/users). I want to have FreeRADIUS ...
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CentOS 6 + LDAP + NFS. File ownership is stuck on “nobody”

I've been trying to get LDAP authentication and NFS exported home directories on CentOS 6 working for a few days now. I've gotten to the point that I can now login to the client machine using the ...
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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 is centos packages build?

Where do I find information about how a specific package in centos is build. Ie. what flags has been used on ./configure etc. At the moment I'm trying to figure out how slapd (openldap-servers) are ...
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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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Where do I find USEFUL official documentation for LDAP authentication on Centos/RHEL 6?

Does it exist any official installation documentation about how to setup an LDAP server that I can connect my clients to with authconfig. I'm will be Centos 6 and RHEL 6.1. What I can find is this. ...
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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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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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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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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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Does Nginx support LDAP authentication?

Hey Does nginx support ldap authentication? I have just migrated from apache and would like to move all of my authentications which are based on openldap and mod_auth_ldap to nginx. Let me know if ...
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ls -l freezes terminal locally and remotely

I've been reading other SF threads regarding ls not returning results or freezing and stalling terminal sessions and it appears they usually the fault of network problems. My problem however, occurs ...