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RE: Active Directory
I was able to authenticate to AD by sending user name and password
To AD, but I want to get the password from AD and authenticate
From: Vishal Khanna [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 5:48 AM
To: Christian Pohl
Subject: Re: Active Directory
Were you able to authenticate users from ADS...using OpenLDap..
Christian Pohl wrote:
> Ron Wahler wrote:
>> I need access to Active Directory User passwords from
>> A remote client. I would like to use ldapsearch has anyone
>> Configured a client to do that ? what other tools do I need ?
> I used this config to _change_ the password. Perhaps it works also for
> 1. Enable SSL for ldap (Microsoft Knowledgebase Article 247078)
> 2. Root Certificate to openldap-tools:
> (openldap:.../etc/openldap/ldap.conf: TLS_CACERT
> 5. connect to server here: write new password
> ldapmodify -H ldaps://myadserver.company.de -D
> "cn=administrator,cn=users,dc=mydomain,dc=mycountry" -w -f myldif.ldif
> Remark: the servername in the subject _must_ match the one used in the
> connect string.
> 247078 HOWTO: Enable Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Communication Over LDAP
> For Windows 2000 Domain Controllers
> 269190 HOWTO: Change a Windows 2000 User's Password Through LDAP
> Perhaps this helps.
> Kind regards,