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The only option to achieve this is to create an LDAP filter string to be used by the ldap_user_search_base config parameter (syntax: search_base[?scope?[filter][?search_base?scope?[filter]]*]). This must be a valid RFC 2254 filter, and will likely somehow incorporate your ldap_access_filter into the ldap_user_search_base. The reason for this is that ...


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There's a different failure mode which should also be addressed here. If the admin updated /etc/group but failed to update /etc/gshadow (on systems which have this setup), logging out and back in will not actually assign you to the new group. Confusingly, groups will show you the real, current situation, whereas id will incorrectly print output which ...


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To aggregate the bits and pieces of good advice from the various other answers and comments about setting up a new repo: If you're setting up a brand new repo myrepo in /srv/git for the group mygroup, this is what you want: mkdir /srv/git/myrepo.git chgrp mygroup /srv/git/myrepo.git git init --bare --shared /srv/git/myrepo.git the first line creates the ...


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I see several answers mentioning MSA as a solution for the account used to run a scheduled task but as mentioned by the author of this post, they use Windows Server 2008 R2 and according to my research, MSA on this OS can't be used to run scheduled tasks. However, with Windows Server 2012, a gMSA (Group Managed Service Account) can be used to run scheduled ...


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It looks like you're supplying a binddn, but bad credentials for it. Are the contents of /etc/ldap.secret and what you put in a the -W prompt exactly the same? rootbinddn is the binddn used by root on the client machine. It should generally not be the rootdn of the suffix as that would mean that compromise of the machine would also compromise the ...


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Based on all your posts above, you really need to re-phrase your question. It should say "how do I install ADUC on windows 7", or something similar. To answer your question, you need to install RSAT, then enable the feature under ADDS. Google "RSAT windows 7" then you will find it.


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First: Start the ADUC, find your domain tree and browse to the topmost level that you with to apply user permissions At the users or Group dialog clock the "Add" button... You will be prompted to add a user or group At the Select User.... dialog type the name of the object or clock "Advanced".. like you wish.. Than: Delegate your task to User Objects and ...



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