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You can also check: Anti-Virus "End point security" which may hinder traffic to the IPC$ share (try removing this on a client machine you like to join) Ensure your DC is not multi-homed (e.g. make sure only one NIC, and one NIC only, is connected/active/live) HTH.


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NOTE: Alligator (<>) braces are to be removed from values, and are only there to indicate generic values. Create a User on the DC to use for LDAP binding. Here is an example for my context: I don't think I changed anything really, but I did, under the Account tab, set it so that the User cannot change password and the Password never expires. Note I ...


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https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/active-directory-aadconnectsync-connector-genericldap/ < things have changed a touch. You'll want FIM or MIM to leverage this (the MS Identity Management product became significantly more affordable when it for bundled into Azure AD Premium and, by extension, EMS), but there is support for non AD ...


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You might have the same name somewhere inside the domain. Perform a full search, Make sure you check your contacts as well.


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You should use SSSD and configure it to use LDAP instead of working with PAM directly. Then you can use the following in the SSSD domain configuration: access_provider = simple simple_allow_groups = groupname which is a very basic way to limit users, but you could also use access_provider=ldap and then use much more advanced LDAP queries to control ...


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I ran into this issue trying to get PHP extensions involved in a Docker container. Here is what I had to do: apt-get install libldb-dev libldap2-dev ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libldap.so /usr/lib/libldap.so \ && ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/liblber.so /usr/lib/liblber.so


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I try it done! And its work now. This error can be fix that if I designation cn=parker,ou=group AuthLDAPBindDN "cn=parker,ou=group,dc=test,dc=com" AuthLDAPBindPassword "Password" thank you all


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ProFTPD's DefaultRoot directive can take an optional group expression, which says whether to apply the DefaultRoot to that user (based on their group membership), or not. For example, you might use: DefaultRoot /home/ftp/external external DefaultRoot /home/ftp The first DefaultRoot says to chroot users to /home/ftp/external if they are members of group ...


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Use login <username> to get a login prompt.


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I think that the search base is ou=stuff,dc=domain,dc=com prevents objects in other containers from being found. Try setting the base only to dc=domain,dc=com You can drop the objectclass=user filter too. According to https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms680857%28v=vs.85%29.aspx userprincipalname is only used in the user class, so it's ...


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Red Hat has an extremely accurate documentation of their products. On your case at hand, please refer to https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Linux_Domain_Identity_Authentication_and_Policy_Guide/prerequisites.html#dns-reqs If you are still experiencing troubles, pleas specify exactly what you have tried and what the ...


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Is your ldap base really "uid=john.martin,ou=Users,dc=company,dc=com"? It could be, but I think that is your binddn, am I right? When using ldapsearch with simple authentication I use this: ldapsearch -h host -LLL -s sub -x -W -b dc=your,dc=base -Z -D "cn=youruser,ou=org,dc=your,dc=base" ldapfilter attributes Use the manpage of ldapsearch to understand ...


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PHP Version 5.6.20 debian and based: su aptitude install libldb-dev ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libldap.so /usr/lib/libldap.so then, try to compile it


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I haven't actually done this. But there are no other answers yet, so... According to classes/documentation, things are never really delted from the AD schema, they are only marked inactive. I am unsure what affect this will have on user accounts that were created when the attributes in question were deleted (aka marked inactive). I kind of doubt the ...


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as always, 'it depends'. I assume you are using some kind of linux. For one-off authentication, provided your ldap client supports GSSAPI, you can use the GSSAPI mechanism. So once you kinit successfuly and you have a tgt ticket, then you can use something like this (using the publicly available freeipa demo (http://www.freeipa.org/page/Demo): $ kinit ...


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Do you have an 'unprotected' page? Like a login page? If so, then you could use this page as the ELB health check. If not, can you add a simple page (ping.html) which does not require LDAP authentication?


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your binddn is not the same one as in the screenshot, it should be CN=Djiao,OU=Institution,OU=People,DC=mdanderson,DC=edu. Your password could be wrong too ;-), but I assume you know best


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sure enough, one of the five servers wasn't responding (don't know whether it's offline, or it doesn't exist, or what .... the AD admin will have to deal with that.) I rewrote the script so that it only queries the four good servers (randomly selecting which one every time) and now it executes instantly!


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The 5th query is probably against a domain controller in another site (see https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc782048%28v=ws.10%29.aspx, this is for 2003 AD but still valid). With a query like this: ldapsearch -h domaincontroller -LLL -s sub -x -W -b cn=configuration,dc=your,dc=domain -Z -D "cn=youruser,ou=container,dc=your,dc=domain" ...


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Do not use the global catalogue port for user creation. If your server requires a SSL connection, use the ldaps port which defaults to to 636. Also, please ensure the new password complies with your password complexity policy and password history policy. The unwilling to perform error message is a common result of a conflict with the password policy.


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As @natxoasenjo points out, you shouldn't use the global catalog port to add users. I used port 389 and got passed this issue.


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If your LDAP server is configured with the mozillaAbPersonAlpha schema, you can tack the AUX objectClass: mozillaAbPersonAlpha onto your entries (provided they have cn) and then use the mozillaHomeCountryName attribute.


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It was an interesting issue. I removed the line breaks and it worked like a charm. :)


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If you're just starting out, I recommend switching to using groupOfNames rather than groupOfUniqueNames. Most systems that interact with OpenLDAP for group membership expect groupOfNames by default, including OpenLDAP itself. While they can generally be modified to use groupOfUniqueNames/uniqueMember (e.g. sssd-ldap ldap_group_member or your own use in ...


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The problem was that group.exact not work with groupOfUniqueNames. I solved it by changing this rule: by group.exact=cn=people-admins,ou=groups,dc=example,dc=com write to this rule: by group/groupOfUniqueNames/uniqueMember=cn=people-admins,ou=groups,dc=example,dc=com write


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Thanks everyone, I just made a change in /var/lib/pgsql/9.4/data/pg_hba.conf with : local all all ldap ldapserver=ldap.server ldapport=389 ldaptls=0 ldapprefix="uid=" ldapsuffix=",ou=People,dc=domain,dc=com" And the authentication works!


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Finally found another piece of the solution while using PHP 7.x. Hope this helps someone else. Thanks to reddit user gripejones here: https://www.reddit.com/r/PHPhelp/comments/3tykpc/php_7_and_ldap/ PHP 7 requires an environment variable (LDAPCONF) set to the location of your config file. It used to be that you could put the config file either in this ...


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Read the Friendly Manual: http://www.postgresql.org/docs/9.5/static/auth-methods.html You probably want to use https://github.com/larskanis/pg-ldap-sync to sync your LDAP users and groups to PostgreSQL


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You need to find out what backend databases you have configured: ldapsearch -H ldapi:// -Y EXTERNAL -b "cn=config" -LLL -Q "olcDatabase=*" dn The one you're looking for could be BDB, HDB or MDB.


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No, there will be no inteference. ADLDS is the Microsoft version of a LDAP-directory. There is no default connectivity to your companys ActiveDirectory that is containig all your companys user abd computer accounts.


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I know this is an old question, but I just had to look up the same thing. You can verify that an AD account has become a room mailbox by checking the following attributes: msExchResourceMetaData -> ResouceType:Room msExchResourceDisplay -> Room msExchResourceSearchProperties -> Room If you're trying to access the actual capabilities of the room (or ...


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I was able to take the openvpn-auth-ldap-2.0.3-14.fc21 SRPM and make a few really minor tweaks to update it for the current version of OpenVPN, which makes use of a new plugin version. I've tested it on CentOS 7 with OpenVPN 2.3.10-1 (installed from EPEL) and it seems to be working properly. While I'm reaching out to people about getting it in EPEL, it is ...


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Seems like the following could be your issue here "When loaded together with mod_fastcgi, mod_auth must be loaded before mod_fastcgi. Or else users will experience long delays when login in and sysadmins will probably not find out the source of the problem due to the lack of meaningful error messages." From the Lighttpd documentation ...


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you don't have to. You can use your existing dns and ntp server infrastructure but you will need to manage the ipa records on your on your own instead of having ipa take care of it. In fact it does not really matter what servers run the dns service as long as the clients get their answers from you the infrastructure in place. You can, for instance, delegate ...


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DNS and NTP being synced between your IPA server and clients is critical for kerberos tickets to be issued and considered valid. That is why it is recommended by RedHat to set up your IPA server as an NTP server. DNS is more optional; the critical part of DNS is that forward and reverse lookups succeed and match. The RedHat published guide on IdM (built on ...


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Though the original poster's answer is solved, here's a solution to OpenLDAP 2.4 users. OpenLDAP 2.4 does not use plain config files anymore, but everything has to be modified using ldapmodify. First you need to identify your database in question. [root@ldap-server ~]# cd /etc/openldap/slapd.d/cn=config [root@ldap-server cn=config]# ls cn=schema ...


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They are well know sids for builtin groups - but I think they can be offset if there is a domain trust, that is where there are 2 or more BUILTIN/users can you verify the the sid for the AD group in Powershell Get-ADGroup -Identity users | select sid see if there are any issues with listing users on the samba server net usersidlist one other thing is ...


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Can you say what your use case is? both openldap and AD are x500 directories and can be connected over ldap/ldaps, are you migrating to Openldap or just trying to get directory authentication for an application or directory syncing to an application working? here's the schema for openldap http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin22/schema.html and here for AD ...



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