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Re: How to let users change their passwords?
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On 07/23/10 22:49, Steven Truong wrote:
> Dear, all. I have been searching low and high for a tool that can let
> users to change their passwords in 389 DS or OpenLDAP? I think there
> is a real need for such a tool and I hope that people already wrote
> such a tool...
> Please share your ways of how you allow your users to change their
> passwords or other setup/architecture that allow this function.
> Beside that, I also recommend Apache Studio as a great tool to work
> with LDAP servers.....
> Thank you in advance.
Uh, doesn't Apache Studio allow that? % ldapmodify;, % passwd; via PAM
(ldap-padl sadly doesn't), via web application, ...
I don't mean to be rude or whatever, but if you're looking for ultimate
answer, there is none.
I've scripted web application (not only) for such purpose. I was
thinking about modifying ldap-padl, but it would take years with my C
skills and there are (always) tasks with higher priority.
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