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Why does samba include seemingly bogus “supplementary groups”?

Our environment is subject to the "16 group limit" with Samba. We are using Samba version 3.6.12. Basically if a user is in more than 16 groups, the whole system gets hosed and things go haywire. ...
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Solaris pam_ldap Authentication Using sshd-kbdint and Failing

Problem Overview Solaris 11 has been configured to use pam_ldap to authenticate users against an LDAP v3-compliant directory server. The Solaris host is only configured to use LDAP for ...
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AD Login to Solaris Zone Periodically Not Working

I have a Solaris 11.1 zone named "AZone". I have the zone joined to an Active Directory domain (Windows Server 2008) with the goal of users being able to use their AD account to log in to the Solaris ...
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LDAP replication breaking referrals

We have an issue that we believe is caused by ldap replication changing the port of the referal from 686 (secure) to 389 (unsecure). If we setup a new referral everything works, but then as soon as ...
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SVN Server LDAP Authentication Error: User is not unique

I'm getting the following error when Apache (running on Solaris) tries to authenticate against LDAP for a specic user for SVN server: auth_ldap authenticate: user abc authentication failed; URI ...
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Restrict openSSH 6.1p1 logins via LDAP to an IP range

I have some servers in the DMZ that receive public traffic from an external (public) IPv4 address. This is translated at our gateway to a 172.x.x.x address. All external clients are using local ...
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Solaris 11 ldap client configuration

Im am trying to migrate some web services (like wordpress / dokuwiki), which are connected to our ldap for user authentication, from solaris 10 to solaris 11. In solaris 10, you had the possibility to ...
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Secure LDAP Alias Lookup through Sendmail

I'm trying to configure sendmail to use an LDAP lookup as an alias table. I have this line in my config: Kldapfullname ldap -k"uid=%s" -v"mail" -h"my-ldap-server" I've been using that for a long ...
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How to check the Sun Directory Server version?

How to get LDAP Server (Sun DS) Information in Sun OS 5.10 SunOS hostname 5.10 Generic_144488-06 sun4v sparc SUNW,T5240 Specifically Server Type Server Version Protocol Using the command ...
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How do I configure Solaris 10 as a LDAP client

I have a 389-ds LDAP Server on Linux, and I want to configure Solaris to authenticate against it as an LDAP client. I am able to see the user in getent passwd output, and can see user in ldaplist ...
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getent returns group with no users

I have been strugling to get the expected result from getent. Ive setup a Solaris 9 server to authenticate agains eDirectory Ldap Server.Im able to Authenticate fine. only thing is when i run the id ...
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Solaris ldap Authentication

Iv been having a trouble trying to get my Solaris 10 server to authenticate against an eDir server.im managed to Set up my linux(RHeL,SLES) servers to authenticate against the ldap Server.which works ...
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ldapadd, slapadd, ldapmodify hang when trying to add entries

I have recently installed OpenLDAP on Solaris-10. Whether using slapadd, ldapadd, or ldapmodify, I am able to establish the root node and the child, but when I try to add an entry for a person under ...
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Is there a generic way to tell if a username is valid on a Unix-like given system?

I'm looking for a cross-platform way of determining whether or not a username and groupname is valid. The platforms are Linux, Solaris, Aix, and HPUX. It would need to work whether the user/group is ...
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version of ldap installed - one liner

I am using LDAP which is installed in a solaris machine. To check the version of LDAP i go to /ldap and check the version installed as if it is version 5 then there is a directory of the name v5.0 and ...
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How avoid to write the password in the configuration file of SVN?

I am configuring the server SVN Collabnet (v1.5.6.1 for Solaris 10). I succeeded to use the ldap server for SVN authentication. How avoid to write a non encrypted password (XXXXX, here) in the ...
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Solaris 10 authentication in an AD world

I'm beginning to tire of maintaining individual system files on my increasing number of Solaris servers (was 2, now 10 and growing strong). I'm looking at the Sun Java Directory Server as a non ...