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Re: Authentication in referrals
Thank you all for your help.
I don't have access to the code and I'm commited to ACI's, I'm afraid.
Why ACI's are not good?
Actually I can use an ACI for limiting the anonym write-access only to
the consumer server ip, but I don't like it too much.
As I said, thanks.
Tony Earnshaw wrote:
man, 15.03.2004 kl. 13.48 skrev Daniel Merino:
I have a replica of one branch from one LDAP to another in a
master-client agreement. The replica works fine, but now I'm trying to
make a referral from the client to the master. The proposal is that when
somebody tries to write his own entry in the client, the referral goes
to the master and then updates the entry there.
The referral is created automatically when I do the replica, but when I
try to write in the consumer, the update in the master comes as anonym
user and I have the ACI configured to don't allow to write this user.
How could I validate as another user in the referral URL? Or how can I
get an ACI that allows to write to anonym referrals but not to anonym
users? Any idea?
No idea, but I have this innate distrust of ACIs, so don't use them
(maybe Adam Williams could correct me on this).
Would you be able to confirm that this happens with normal ACLs too, or
are you completely committed to ACIs?
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