Somebody know how can I create users using a script language like perl,
python or php? On windows I allways did this with vbscript and ADSI. Is
there a similar way to do this?
Or maybe it's not so complicated and I don't know how. ;)
This is what I'm trying to accomplish:
Users who are a member of the group 'cn=support'
can perform ALL operations on 'userPassword',
except on targets which are a member of group 'cn=admins' or 'cn=bosses'.
Is this possible? I can't figure out how. Thanks in advance!
I've noticed that the 'ip' keyword in ACI bind rules seems to have no
effect on its own. For example,
This does not deny access to IP 188.8.131.52:
aci: (version 3.0; acl "Deny 184.108.40.206"; deny(all) (ip = "220.127.116.11");)
But when combined with a userdn clause like this, it works:
aci: (version 3.0; acl "Deny 18.104.22.168"; deny(all) (userdn = "ldap:///anyone") and (ip = "22.214.171.124");)
Is this known/expected behavior?
Just want to make sure I'm interpreting this right.
Thanks a lot,
I was looking through the logconv.pl output and I see that the majority
of connection codes are
B1 Bad Ber Tag Encountered
Should I be worried about this? LDAP seems to be working fine and has
been for months.
NOPS Systems Architect
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Hello, again! I'm trying to install Fedora DS 1.0.4 on Red Hat EL4.
Everything goes smoothly until I try to enable SSL in the admin server
console. When I try to save new settings on the Encryption tab and the User
DS tab, I get a message, "PSET failure. PSET attribute creation or local
cache update failed!"
After that, I back out of the admin console without saving changes. When I
go back into the admin console, the certificate has disappeared from the
drop-down list. It sounds like a problem with file permissions, but I don't
know what files might be involved.
Hoping you can help. Thanks. -G.
>Richard Megginson wrote:
>The Fedora DS chaining database (database link) uses the Proxy Auth
>control. I think you can disable this. Check the docs for the chaining
>database configuration. It may be that the console does not allow you
>to set this, but you can set it manually.
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/dir-server/pdf/ds71cli.pdf - search
>If there are other controls being sent by Fedora DS, you can disable
>those too - search for nsTransmittedControls in the above document.
I have disabled these control but the problem still continue, this error
only happen with openldap because when I connect to Novell eDirectory
ldap server I have a different error: I dont have permisions to read the
IT Technical Support Officer
System & Database Administrator
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