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(ITS#4412) why require authentication for modifications?
Full_Name: Sebastian Lisken
Submission from: (NULL) (18.104.22.168)
I think that the restriction imposed by OpenLDAP that anonymous users can never
change the directory is arbitrary. I want to set up a shared address book in a
small, friendly environment where simplicity is important. Having to remember
yet another password for changing address book entries is something I'd like to
avoid. If I grant write access to "*" and not "users", I'd like OpenLDAP to
trust my judgement rather than effectively change my configuration file. Could
this be changed in future releases? Thanks.