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Re: [ldap] Permsion on Parent
> Is there any docs that shows all this?
I proposed a seperate ACL mailinglist and also to write extensive docs on
I haven't heard from anyone, especially not from the developers.
In good anarchistic fashion, should I just start this project without approval
from the list members !?
> Robert Canary wrote:
> > I am trying create a record under ou=People,dc=example,dc=com
> > I am using the dn"uid=newuser2add,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com
> > If I run the ldif file with cn=root it gose fine, but I don'r want
> > that. I am trying to setup a user specificly for adding new people. So
> > I set a user called "peopleroot" and added this superuser in the acls as
> > follows:
> > access to dn="uid=*,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com"
> > by dn="cn=peopleroot,dc=example,dc=com" write
> > But it still gives me:
> > ldap_add: Insuffiecent access
> > additional Info: nowrite access to parent
> > ldif_record()=50
> > Can someone tell me what the proper dn for peopleroot should be to allow
> > write permissions
> > thanks in advance
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> > robert
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