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Re: [ldap] password change in openldap
Did you set password aging on your openldap server? If you do, after
password change, are you be able to login again?
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06/18/2002 03:06 PM
very interesting question.
i'm working with shadow & md5 for system-users (root), and the rest comes
ldap and there seems crypt to work. Does it also work, if I store MD5 in
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Subject: [ldap] password change in openldap
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> 06/18/2002 11:46 Subject: [ldap] password
change in openldap
> I turn on password aging. when I change password, I can no longer login.
> I check password in userPassword attribute after password got changed. I
> don't think it is using crypt as hash algorithm. If I use crypted
> from local /etc/shadow and update it in openldap, I can login again.
> Is there a way to check what hash algorithm openldap use when update
> password? How do I set up? Is it in slapd.conf?
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