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Re: Local root user changing passwords...

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but if the openldap server is running
on a box that someone has root access to, that someone has "god" powers
over that database.  They could always read/change the rootdn in the
slapd config file, and restart the server.  

On Wed, 2002-12-04 at 13:30, Wade Winright wrote:
> Hello all, 
> I have searched for answers on this topic to no avail.
> I am trying to restrict a local hosts "root" user from changing LDAP users passwords. I have deleted the root user from the LDAP database, but it seems that that had no effect. Any ideas? Pointers?
> Running:
> RH 8.0
> Default OpenLDAP (2.0.25)
> Clients:
> RH 8.0 defaults
> THanks for your time,
> Wade
David Morton
Vice President
Osprey Network Technologies