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Re: ACL Issues
I am far from an expert but I believe that the dn.children line you have does grant worldwide read access to everything below dc=company,dc=com
I had similar problems to yours and i eventually added rules like this:
access to dn.one=""
by * read
access to dn.one="dc=com"
by * read
and then the user authenticating already had some access to dc=company,dc=com. Once I did that, things started working the way I hoped.
On Feb 16, 2011, at 11:37 AM, Troy Knabe wrote:
> I didn't get any responses, so I am asking again. Did I not phrase my question correctly, or am I missing something?
> On Feb 15, 2011, at 8:40 AM, Troy Knabe wrote:
>> I am attempting to be very granular in the access that I give to my directory, but I seem to be struggling with the implementation.
>> I have several proxy accounts that I want to grant the access to that they need, no more, no less. But I seem to have to put a line in like:
>> access to dn.children="dc=company,dc=com" by * read in order to authenticate. What I thought I wanted was something like this:
>> access to attrs=userPassword
>> by dn.exact=proxy,dc=company,dc=com write
>> by self write
>> by anonymous auth
>> But without read access above, it does not work. How can I allow proxy users/groups access w/out granting read access to everyone? Or does the dn.children allow read access to all attributes?
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