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Re: Munging an OpenLDAP slapd server
--On Wednesday, January 25, 2006 3:56 PM -0700 Jon Roberts
I think you could just use saslauthd to forward the password stuff to
the KDC, to get whether or not they can bind?
I have read about both approaches on this list before, but I've never
seen a comparison of the advantages or disadvantages. From what I recall,
Howard Chu refers to saslauthd as worthless even when configuring SASL.
What is the essential difference between having slapd, saslauthd, and/or
the client itself performing kerberos authentication?
I've never set it up, and from what I understand, it'll kill the
performance of the server. The real problem here of course is applications
requiring a password from the LDAP server rather than going straight to the
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