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Re: ACL's using group access do not work (ITS#2118)

--On Monday, September 30, 2002 1:30 PM -0700 "Kurt D. Zeilenga" 
<Kurt@OpenLDAP.org> wrote:

> To eliminate the SASL authzid stuff from this, you try authenticating
> directly as:
> suRegID=85e49978f61311d2ae662436000baa77,cn=people,dc=stanford,dc=edu
> using simple authentication to see if problem is with
> the group code or the authzid code.  Also, modifying
> bdb_group() to print both the DN and the normalized
> DN of the operation may be useful.
> I've tried unsuccessfully to duplicate this problem by
> hacking on test007-acls.


I'm not quite clear here on what you want me to do as far as 
authenticating, since I've not really used simple authentication.  What I 
have done is this:
Made the rootdn in slapd.conf be "cn=suregid...."
Add a rootpw line

Then do a
ldapsearch -x -w <password> -D "cn=suregid..."

That gives me full root access into the directory server, so then of course 
it doesn't even check to see if it can do group binds.

Just doing an ldapsearch -x made anonymous binds, since I had no form of 

I'm looking at the bdb_group code, and I'll see if I can get it to print 
both DN's.


Quanah Gibson-Mount
Senior Systems Administrator
ITSS/TSS/Computing Systems
Stanford University
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