On 22 Dec 2019, at 10:29, Eugene Poole <etpoole60(a)comcast.net>
OK, the install and initial configuration went perfectly and based on the ldapsearch
command all looks good.
That is great to hear!
But, now what? How do I get information about my environment into the server? Once I get
the data into the server, how do I use it on my clients?
In terms of getting your data in ... that's up to you in a lot of ways. What data do
you have now? Is it a new environment or do you have an exist IDM service like AD or
FreeIPA you are replacing? More information about your environment would help me to
To use it on your clients is a similar question.
If you have linux/bsd servers, you can consume user/group accounts on those via SSSD, as
well as cool features like SSH public key distribution.
Many webapplications like nextcloud can directly used identities from LDAP too, or you can
consider configuring an SSO provider for OAuth/SAML such as KeyCloak. KeyCloak will use
LDAP as a source of identities, and then web applications authenticate through keycloak.
Hope that helps, and happy to advise more.
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