Recently ive migrated our SVN server (virtual machine) from C6 to C7(more precisely – migrated data to freshly installed virtual machine). And we have problem with very slow authentication. Server is configured with SSSD, user data are fetching f..
I am moving LDAP from one domain to another We have moved off of a.wustl.edu network to b.school.edu network.I have searched vi /etc/nslcd.conf vi /etc/openLDAP/ldap.confand removed all referances to aI restarted/etc/init.d/nscd restartthis is red..
I am trying to get LDAP working on my mail server for both user authentication and addressbook purposes.I have tried the tutorials on both http://www.server-world.info/..
I have just started looking through the RHEL6 IdM guide, and while the documentation seems quite thorough and extensive, the examples are somewhat on the weak side. Migration scenarios can be much more complex – e.g. migrating away from NIS while..
,i have a problem with sssd in conjunction with ldap on a CentOS 7 x86_64box. ldap works fine. I can login there as an usual user registred in ldap.I want now restrict the access with ldaps host attribute. This is beeing ignored. Still every ldap u..
I have a machine with PAM using LDAP. Some old users do not disappear from:
* getent passwd
But, they are not in:
* /etc/passwd or
Where are they?
Please, I am affraid of ghost. :-(
We are experiencing a problem to use LDAP user accounts to login intoa CentOS system.A fresh 6.5 system was installed recently to become a central server. Both openLDAP and 389 Directory Server were installed and configured(not at the same time) w..
Im setting up Samba to authenticate against an LDAP Server. I have the basic setup running but authentication fails. Im 95% sure that the LDAPconfig is still wrong but the guy Im setting this up for doesnt really come up with the proper info.I have ..
all,Were getting to a point in our linux environment where its starting to be cumbersome to keep shadow and passwd-files up-to-date for the users to login on each computer. Scripts can only get us so far. 8-/Ive looked a bit into central login syst..
list,On our CentOS 6.4 machines Ive LDAP enabled such that Windows users with the requisite unix attributes can log into the machines. These remote windows users have UID/GID starting at 20000 so are well out of the way of local users.If I now cre..