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RE: shadowLastChange not updating
With that being said do I even need to maintain the shadow module in ldap. I had ppolicy loaded but dropped it out trying to figure out how all this is supposed to work.
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> From: Matthew Backes [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, May 21, 2010 4:50 PM
> To: Allgood, John
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> Subject: Re: shadowLastChange not updating
> Hello, John.
> > I am still not getting shadowLastChange to update. I am using the
> ldappasswd command to set the password and it does change the password
> but the shadowLastChange is not being updated. Anyone got any feedback
> for me. I am beginning to wonder if there is a bug in this older
> version of openldap that Centos is using.
> As mentioned in the manpage, ldappasswd uses the LDAPv3 Password Modify
> (RFC 3062) extended operation. This operation allows the server to
> automatically hash the supplied password.
> If the password policy overlay is loaded and attached, it may update
> the pwdChangedTime attribute.
> Under no circumstances should this have anything to do with
> shadowLastChange, which is part of the unrelated RFC 2307 schema.
> Modern LDAP PAM-modules should be able to use the ppolicy mechanisms to
> enforce changes instead. Try checking out slapo-ppolicy?
> Matthew Backes
> Symas Corporation
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