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Re: setting up admin password on openldap

yeah this is the main ldif file which I initilly imported. oh ok.... you want me to change the password of nsadmin by making an ldif file loike above, Yes the paswords were not in the hashed form in the modify operation. Ok I will try doing this, as soon as I get my database up.


On 10/30/07, Piotr Wadas <pwadas@jewish.org.pl> wrote:

> The passowrd is hashed in the ldif file which I am importing from the
> production system, as below:
> # id=00000003
> dn: uid=nsadmin,o=trac
> objectClass: top
> objectClass: person
> objectClass: organizationalPerson
> objectClass: inetOrgPerson
> cn: SuiteSpot Administrator
> sn: Administrator
> givenName: SuiteSpot
> uid: nsadmin
> creatorsName: cn=nsadmin
> createTimestamp: 19980218204619Z
> userPassword:: e1NIQX12bm4rOFpBNFNzdzJJMnlQOVZ2clBJVFlGRzg9
> modifiersName: uid=nsadmin,o=trac
> modifyTimestamp: 19980722182149Z
> structuralObjectClass: inetOrgPerson
> entryUUID: 8179b9a2-74d7-102a-9988-90f8caf384a9
> entryCSN: 20060511011623Z#000003#00#000000

This is not modify operation ldap file.
Modify operation ldif file should look like this:
(in example two values of userPassword will be added
to "cn=admin,dc=foo" object, and all old values of
userPassword attribute will be removed.

dn: cn=admin,dc=foo
changetype: modify
replace: userPassword
userPassword: {CRYPT}hashpasswordvaluehere
userPassword: {MD5}passwordhashedinotherway