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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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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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Users seeing all other LDAP users on RHEL default behavior?

We are using an LDAP server with both Solaris and RHEL servers and planning to migrate more servers over to RHEL. However we have an issue with LDAP on all Red Hat servers. When we type "getent ...
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How come all LDAP users are shown with getent passwd?

We are using an LDAP server with both Solaris and RHEL servers and planning to migrate more servers over to RHEL. However we have an issue with LDAP on all Red Hat servers. When I type "getent ...
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ppolicy with pam_ldap - pwdReset has no effect when logging in from Ubuntu

We installed ppolicy overlay on our ldap server. Password policies work correctly for locking out user after X incorrect password attempts, but we can't enforce user to change his password. When we ...
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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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Mapping User and Group Ownership through LDAP

I am installing smb 3.5 on a CentOS 6.2 host using smbldap-tools. I've previously installed a similar configuration on RHEL4 using smb 3.0 but CentOS now uses nss-pam-ldapd and nslcd instead of ...
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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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PAM setup with pam_ldap

I am running ubuntu 10.10 and trying to setup pam with pam_ldap. The guide at: http://wiki.debian.org/LDAP/PAM says, among other things: In order to globally enable LDAP authentication through PAM, ...