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Re: ldappasswd questions


Brian Johnson wrote,
> Thanks - that worked
> One less question for me to worry about

You can use "passwd" via pam_ldap as root for changing user passwords
w/o prompting for current password:

In RHL 7.2, set your "rootdn" in /etc/ldap.conf. Create the file
/etc/ldap.secret (perms 0600) with the manager password in it.

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