3
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1answer
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smbk5pwd overlay on OpenLDAP 2.4

I have an OpenLDAP server and I want to configure the smbk5pwd overlay to make OpenLDAP update the sambaNTPassword and sambaLMPassword attributes automatically when a change occurs on userPassword. ...
0
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1answer
49 views

What could make OpenLDAP ignore access restrictions?

I'm trying to configure a new installation of OpenLDAP (2.6.39) on Arch Linux. I've used the default core packages to install and configure it, however I cannot get it to obey any access control ...
0
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0answers
85 views

OpenLdap- make test fails

I am trying to configure and install an ldap server following this guide. I am stuck on step 6, make test. it fails on the first test with the following message: cd tests; make test make[1]: Entering ...
2
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1answer
863 views

Configuring openldap multimaster replication using cn=config

We currently have a single OpenLDAP server using the cn=config backend. We'd like to add a second OpenLDAP server and configure them for multimaster replication. What do we need to do to enable ...
1
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1answer
289 views

OpenLDAP 2.4 Chain Overlay Minimal LDIF Configuration

There's almost no information about how Chain overlays are configured in OpenLDAP LDIF backend. What's the minimal configuration required?
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1answer
100 views

OpenLDAP Chain not found

When trying to add a Chain overlay to OpenLDAP 2.4.31 on Ubuntu or Debian, I get a 'overlay "chain" not found' in the syslog. Furthermore, the schemas required to configure the Chain overlay don't ...
3
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2answers
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Ubuntu 11.04 and OpenLDAP - where is the config?

I've been asked to setup a multimaster LDAP environment on Ubuntu 11.04 - instead of a single master server. I cloned the master server and recreated it into two VMs. I am trying to follow the ...
0
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4answers
315 views

How to know which berkley db openldap is refering to?

I have two berkeley dbs installed on the RHEL 5.3. Now, I am confused that which one openldap is referring as its backend. Following is the slapd.conf: include ...
0
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1answer
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Learning OpenLDAP cn=config: comments and reverting incorrect attempts

I'd like to learn how to configure OpenLDAP (2.4), with the objective to deploy it on an Ubuntu 10.04 LTS system. Since slapd.conf usage is deprecated, I'm trying to understand better how to use the ...
3
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2answers
170 views

Is the new cn=config interface in OpenLDAP ready for production?

I recently began learning Samba and OpenLDAP, and have become increasingly frustrated with the apparent disconnect between the old configuration (using slapd.conf) and the new one using the cn=config ...
1
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1answer
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Why am I getting a Ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49) when adding a schema to ldap?

My first time trying to marry LDAP as a backend to Samba. I'm following the instructions at: this site and I'm stumbling when I get to the part 5 with the following error: "ldap_bind: Invalid ...
0
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2answers
491 views

OpenLDAP compile switches

How can I see how the OpenLDAP executable provided by my distribution (OpenSuSE) was compiled ? After long debugging, I think that my TLS config is simply ignored. I would like to check if slapd was ...
2
votes
2answers
982 views

openldap proxied authorization

I'm having some trouble doing updates with proxied authorization. I'm using UnboundID's LDAP SDK to connect to OpenLDAP, and sending a ProxiedAuthorizationV2RequestControl for dn: ...
2
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2answers
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How to configure OpenLDAP 2.4 with bdb backend?

It seems like OpenLDAP will prefer to using slapd-config(5) instead of slapd.conf(5). But I don't know how to start with slapd-config(5) because I don't know how to set a root password for it. So ...
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3answers
250 views

Installing openLDAP

I have followed installing openLDAP from http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin24/quickstart.html and follow the tasks up to # 9. when I run [ su root -c /usr/local/libexec/slapd ] it asks for password ...
2
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1answer
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how to configure open ldap to work on localhost

From the documentation: Use your favorite editor to edit the provided slapd.conf(5) example (usually installed as /usr/local/etc/openldap/slapd.conf) to contain a BDB database definition ...