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LDAP: forced to change root password on every login

I have finally configured my new server as LDAP-client of my existing one. Now, every time I login as root, I am prompted to change my 'LDAP password': login as: root root@111.111.111.111's password: ...
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CentOS 5.8 - NSCD can't caching the password

I try to configure NSCD to connect ldap users to my PC. I like, that users could login offline in this PCs (online ldap users works fine). Actually, i can use the user, but when i try to introduce ...
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restarting authconfig changes order of my /etc/nsswitch.conf

Here is my nsswitch.conf: passwd: files ldap sss shadow: files ldap sss group: files sss When I restart authconfig, it removes ldap from passwd, shadow, and group. Here's my ...
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CA root certificate in pam_ldap configuration will not work without tls_checkpeer no

Systems are Debian Squeeze and Ubuntu Precise with identical configurations. Version of libpam-ldap is 184-8.5 on both distros. Everything works fine with the following configuration in ...
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Can't configure PAM + LDAP on Debian Lenny - Getting error=49 on server logs

I've been migrating some servers and desktops using Ubuntu 10.04 from getting the users from an old OpenLDAP implementation to a newer Centos Active Directory. I haven't had any problems so far, until ...
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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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libpam_ldapd - pam_ldap(sshd:account): 'Could not identify user'

I'm attempting to test the install procedure for libpam_ldapd on an Ubuntu/Debian Virtual machine. I have the nscd / nslcd services off, and I'm watching the output from nslcd -d and ...
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Managing LDAP logins to a machine without pam_groupdn: multiple groups allowed

I'm sure that some of you have dealt with this same problem. I'm hoping that someone has a better answer than what I'm doing now. So, you've got some users in an LDAP directory, and one day you say ...