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Re: question about ldapsearch
On Mon, 24 May 1999, Jason Bodnar wrote:
> ldapsearch -p 9000 -b 'ou=internal, ou=people, o=Tivoli Systems' 'cn=Jason
> And I get nothing at all. Just returns me to my bash prompt.
> Now, I know cn=Jason Bodnar exists so why is ldapsearch not returning anything?
First, search filter syntax requires round braces around the filter
expression, so that you should use '(cn=Jason Bodnar)'. But I think this
doesn't matter in this simple case.
So, are you sure, that anonymous user has really access to the entry?
Is your defaultaccess read (or you have some more specific rule)?
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