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Re: ACL to create a CRUD to OpenLDAP
On 07/07/2010 03:31 PM, MrBiTs wrote:
> Hi, all
> I'm writing a little script to allow some people to manage LDAP users, as a CRUD. I created a user
> uid=crud,ou=Applications,dc=domain,dc=org and I need to allow this user to add, modify and delete users that only belongs to
> I wrote this ACL in slapd.conf:
> access to dn.subtree="ou=FTPUsers,dc=domain,dc=org"
> by dn.exact="cn=Admin,dc=domain,dc=org" write
> by dn.exact="uid=crud,ou=Applications,dc=domain,dc=org" write
> by self write
> by * read
> Testing ACL, I had:
> [root@svr2021 openldap2.4]# slapacl2.4 -f /etc/openldap2.4/slapd.conf -b "uid=crud,ou=Applications,dc=domain,dc=org" -D
> "uid=ftppinguim,ou=FTPUsers,dc=domain,dc=org" "uid/write:"
> authcDN: "uid=ftppinguim,ou=ftpusers,dc=domain,dc=org"
> write access to uid=: DENIED
> So, the ACL is not working. If I ask to uid/read:, I have access allowed.
> Later I changed my ACL to dn.children, but the result was the same.
> I'm using LDAP 2.4 and I would like to know if somebody already did the same configuration or has tips or docs to read.
> Thanks a lot
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Couldn't it be because you disallow access preceding this particular ACL?
ACLs are read rule-by-rule thus they're are position dependent in slapd.conf
I also don't use 'exact' but just 'dn'. If that's (some sort of) a
mistake, please, feel free to correct me :)