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Re: ldappasswd questions.
Have the user bind as themselves:
ldappasswd -W -D "uid=username..." -E "uid=username..."
Using -x -v -ZZ also couldn't hurt. For this to work, you must have
granted the users write access to their passwords in slapd.conf:
access to attrs=userPassword
by self write
by * read
Hope this helps. If you are using pam, pam_ldap, and a compatible
version of passwd, they can also use passwd in the traditional manner.
> > Can users change their own passwds in LDAP w/out having to enter the
> > Manager passwd? This command works: /usr/bin/ldappasswd -W -E -D
> > cn=Manager,dc=imagestream,dc=com -t uid=rjune,dc=imagestream,dc=com -h
> > osiris : But, I would like to be able to change my passwd as myself.
> I sent this a while ago, and I actually got a response saying yes, that
> it is possible. but I had to put out some fires and do other things.
> My question now becomes, how do I change my password w/out having to
> enter the Manager password?