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Re: Ldap ppolicy schema entries

Hi Tonni,

Could you give me an example of what you meant by putting a + at the end
of the ldapsearch command? When I tried putting a plus at the end it
didn't give me any found results so I must be doing something wrong with
the syntax.

I used:

[root@alph bin]# ldapsearch -x -H ldaps://alph/ -D
"cn=Manager,dc=dst,dc=boeing,dc=com" -W -b
"ou=people,dc=dst,dc=boeing,dc=com" "(uid=darryl+)"
Enter LDAP Password: xxxxxx
# extended LDIF
# LDAPv3
# base <ou=people,dc=dst,dc=boeing,dc=com> with scope sub
# filter: (uid=darryl+)
# requesting: ALL

# search result
search: 2
result: 0 Success

# numResponses: 1

But if I leave off the + I do get the user fields so I know it has data.




Ljunghammar, Darryl K skrev, on 23-01-2008 21:56:
	I would like to view the ppolicy schema attributes for a user
when I do
	a "ldapsearch" but they don't show up. For example, I would like
to see
	the "pwdHistory" attribute for a user. I know it is being
	because if I enter a previously used password it tells me it
can't be

	I am using openldap 2.3.39-3 on a Redhat 5.1 system. 

Put a '+' at the end of your ldapsearch string and you'll see only the
operational attributes, *if* your ACLs permit this. You will not see
empty attributes, only those with values.

Tony Earnshaw
Email: tonni at hetnet dot nl