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Re: Not able to load the LDIF file onto the LDAP server
divya shree wrote:
ldapadd -x -D "cn=Manager,dc=example,dc=net" -W -f example.ldif
For which i am prompted 4 the password
enter LDAP password:
When i give the password: secret....i.e., the same as in slapd.conf file...
i am getting an error tat says
LDAP_BIND: invalid credentials(49)
Since you don't explicitly specify the LDAP server to access with
-h or -H I suspect that the LDAP server actually accessed is
another server and not the one you believe it should be.