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Re: User interrface for Openldap

I have indeed tried it, but it is too complicated for the users. And yes, I
would definitely like to have a look at your modified script.

Thanks :-)

Michael Fuller

----- Original Message -----
From: "Huw" <huw@munted.org>
To: <fullerms@hotmail.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 11, 2002 1:37 PM
Subject: Re: User interrface for Openldap

> I would use http://www.savoirfairelinux.com/download/ldapadmin.html
> (from the openldap faqomatic) as a starting point, there is a free php
> script that you can get working very quickly.
> I have it on a production intranet box and have heavily modified it so
> that users have to authenticate against the ldap directory before they
> can modify any details, a little bit more sanity checking etc.
> If you want a  copy of my modified script I am more than happy to send
> it to you.
> Huw
> Michael Fuller wrote:
> >Hi all,
> >
> >I am in the process of implementing OpenLDAP v2.x in our organization. MS
> >Outlook Express is the preferred LDAP client for my users. I need to
> >in a system where users will be able to change their own passwords and a
> >selected attributes like Home address, Phone etc; using a Web client or
> >preferably Outlook Express. How can I implement this ?
> >
> >The utilities I have come across on the net seem to be Administrators
> >than user clients. These tools have options for root DN, base DN and a
> >of admin stuff, which will confuse users. I need a simple client which
> >authenticate the user, and then permit them to modify fields defined by
> >Administrator. All the other details like base DN, bind DN etc will be
> >defined by the admin in the conf files.
> >
> >I need to keep this as simple as possible for the users. Any help will be
> >greatly appreciated.
> >
> >Regards,
> >Michael Fuller,
> >Network Administrator,
> >Southern Railway,
> >India.
> >
> >