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Re: possible to use webPassword or mailPassword for auth ?
Tarjei Huse wrote:
> > Note that userPassword is multi-valued => it can store several
> > different passwords if your password setting LDAP application is
> > aware of doing so. Though I'm not sure if it's a really
> > recommendable thing to do.
> Interesting, how?
Treat it like any other multi-valued attribute.
> I'm no developer, but would it be possible to say store nt/lm
> passwords in the userPassword attribute?
Sorry, don't know details about LDAP integration of Windows NT.