(Answer) (Category) OpenLDAP Faq-O-Matic : (Category) OpenLDAP Software FAQ : (Category) Common Errors : (Answer) ldap_bind: No such object
This answer is specific to OpenLDAP 1.2 and earlier releases. In later relases, ldap_bind returns (Xref) ldap_bind: Invalid credentials instead.
'No such object' is only returned by ldap_bind operation in a few special cases. Normally, the server returns (Xref) ldap_bind: Invalid credentials when the entry associated with the bind DN cannot be located.
This error occurs when binding using the rootdn and the asserted value doesn't match configured password value. Rootpw values must be conform to RFC 2307 format defined for userPassword.
See also: ldapadd(1) ldapdelete(1) ldapmodify(1) ldapmodrdn(1) ldapsearch(1) slapd.conf(5) (Xref) ldap_bind: Invalid credentials
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