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RE: using userPassword attribute
What if I'm using encryption engine to generate encrypted password
and want to store that programmatically. How can I achieve this ???
From: Dejan Muhamedagic [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2002 5:05 PM
To: Mahesh Patil
Subject: Re: using userPassword attribute
Use slappasswd to generate the hash and then just paste it into the ldif
file. See man page for slappasswd(8).
Please respond to Mahesh Patil <Mahesh.Patil@Netdecisions.com>
Sent by: owner-openldap-software@OpenLDAP.org
To: "'OpenLdap-Software@OpenLDAP.com'" <OpenLdap-Software@openldap.com>
Subject: using userPassword attribute
I want to use "userPassword" attribute to store my
password, can anybody help me how to do this ???
I tried to put following employees object:
Now when I tried to search and retrieve the value of password attribute it
returns me junk caracters !!! any idea ?? When I'm using LDAP Browser(A
based utility) it shows me this attribute value as "BINARY(7b)".
Can anyone help me on "How to store encrypted password to
and retrieve it " ??
I've been posting lot of mails since last 2 days as I've
into LDAP stuff and really getting good reply to all my mails. Thanks to
you helped me.