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Yes that was right. But I made another mistake. I tried ldapadd with
-d"cn=admin,o=ufz.de". But "-d" ist the debuglevel not the Bind DN.
I think I should go drinking some coffe.
But neverless , Great Thanks the fast help.
Umweltforschugszentrum Leipzig /Halle
On Wed, 15 Nov 2000, Armin Wenz wrote:
> > I have a problem with the access rules. On my test Server is the root
> > account with dn="cn=admin,o=ufz.de". I am using Openldap 2.0.7.
> > When i try to add something the following error occurs.
> > -----
> > ldif_record() = 50
> > rz20:/usr/openldap/ldif # ldapadd -a -x -h localhost -d "cn=admin" -w
> > secret -f ./ldif
> > adding new entry "ou=Hosts,o=ufz.de"
> > ldap_add: Insufficient access
> > additional info: no write access to parent
> > My access rule is
> > access to *
> > by dn="cn=admin" write
> > I cant get this work. I want that "admin" can do everything, but not the
> > normal athenticated user.
> > Is there a help for me ??
> As far as I can see your rootdn in slapd.conf is
> rootdn "cn=admin,o=ufz.de"
> Therefore you must change your access Statement to
> access to *
> by dn="cn=admin,o=ufz.de" write