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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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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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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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LDAP Not working for SSH connections on ubuntu 12.04

Connecting from the client to the server: $ ssh -vvv user@10.0.50.170 OpenSSH_6.2p2, OSSLShim 0.9.8r 8 Dec 2011 debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh_config debug1: /etc/ssh_config line 20: ...
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RHEL 6.5 web application PAM AUTH pam_oddjob_mkhomedir

I've got a RHEL 6.5 that authenicates against an AD server, that side is working fine. The machine is also running a web application that uses a PAM module to authenticate. I copied login to make a ...
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Set Linux GID based on LDAP OU in ldap.conf

In our company we have a given LDAP Server, which represents the Users of our Windows Active Directory. Unfortunately the gidNumber sent to the LDAP client is always containing the Value "1001" for ...
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vlock/pam_ldap based authentications fails when adding TLS/SSL

I have working centralized authentication configuration setup on Debian Wheezy based servers, utilizing OpenLDAP (2.4.31), pam_ldap (184-8), and libnss-ldap (264-2). I have successfully configured ...
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LDAP, nscd and “Invalid user”

Some of my Ubuntu boxen, after an upgrade (12.04 -> 15.04), decided they don't want to accept new users. I create a new entry in my OpenLDAP New user can't ssh in: Jul 3 17:23:46 $HOST ...
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pam_ldap user password changes using rootbinddn on Debian Jessie

When configuring pam_ldap on Debian Jessie, end user password changes are utilizing the rootbinddn, circumventing OpenLDAP's ppolicy overlay. This is allowing end users to change their passwords ...
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What are the minimum permissions for a libpam-ldap unix domain socket?

I'm setting up an LDAP server and libpam-ldap to run on the same host, communicating via a UNIX domain socket. I'd like to give this socket the minimum permissions necessary, so random local users ...
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LDAP passswd command ask 4 new password

I know there is similar question but mine is a few different as I 'm using LDAP as identification and I'm running with debian wheezy (7) When my end user is using the passwd command for changing his ...
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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: ...