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Re: Changing passwords via Open LDAP OS X 10.3 Server
Isaac Ordonez <email@example.com> writes:
> Ok interesting. Since PHP cannot do a simple bind is there any way to
> allow users to change their password via webmail (I'm gathering SASL
> is an auth module, would it be easy to install another module along
> side it?)
Sorry you got it wrong, PHP can only do a simple bind, it cannot
handle strong binds, and, no sasl is required for strong
PHP-4.2 and above can handle the function ldap_start_tls. If
your webmail application implements this function you might at least
encrypt your session.
> Also now when I issue the ldappasswd command I get the following:
> mail:~ admin$ ldappasswd -x -D uid=test,dc=srcs,dc=org -W
> Enter LDAP Password:
> ldap_bind: Invalid credentials (49)
Is the distinguished name correct?
check twice :-)
Does the DN 'uid=test,dc=srcs,dc=org' exist on your system?
> From reading some posts on the net it might have something with my
> ACLS. I'm still using the defaults on the server which are:
No, the error says 'Invalid credentials', that is, either the DN does not
exist or is misspelled, or the password is incorrect.
> Thanks so much for your time!
Dieter Kluenter | Systemberatung
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