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- Subject: access
- From: Friedrich Locke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 10:05:13 -0300
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Dear list members,
i would like to use openldap for unix users and group of my local
network. I started studying openldap access mechanism yesterday; and i
am a little confused.
I am writing in order to get some help for a single scenario i would
like to share with you.
My users will be below ou=users,dc=ufv,dc=br.
I would like to write an access rule for the following.
User X had complete access to his/her entry:
but only read access for the others entry below dc=ufv,dc=br.
How could this access be implemente? Is it possible?
Thanks a lot for your time and support.
- Re: access
- From: Quanah Gibson-Mount <email@example.com>