[Date Prev][Date Next]
Re: Trouble changing user passwords
Ok, so I removed the 'A' flag from the command and got past that issue;
thanks for the response. But, I am now into another problem here which I
have inserted below. I tried putting the log level on -1 but there is so
much stuff in there that I am not sure what I am looking at. I don't
know what about my "implementation" is not allowing the entry to be
modified, I believe that the security settings are correct. Any ideas?
ldappasswd -xSWD "uid=kris,ou=people,dc=xxxxxxxx,dc=com"
Re-enter new password:
Enter LDAP Password:
Result: Internal (implementation specific) error (80)
Additional info: entry modify failed
On Tue, 2005-07-12 at 03:41, Howard Chu wrote:
> Kris Vassallo wrote:
> > Hello, I am trying to allow my users to change their own passwords using
> > the ldappasswd command. When the following command is run
> > ldappasswd -AxSWD "uid=kris,ou=people,dc=xxxxxxxxx,dc=com"
> > I get the following back
> > Old password:
> > Re-enter old password:
> > New password:
> > Re-enter new password:
> > Enter LDAP Password:
> > Result: Server is unwilling to perform (53)
> > Additional info: use bind to verify old password
> This error message means that slapd does not want to receive the old
> password as part of the PasswordModify request. You're only expected to
> provide the old password for the Bind.