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RE: password-policy configuration problems: cannot change passwords
Indeed, I've changed the olcPasswordHash setting.
And what kind of software "sends an appropriate ModifyRequest with MOD_REPLACE" ?
Ldapmodify -D cn=username,dc=domain,dc=tld -W
Is this a MOD_REPLACE request?
From: Michael Ströder [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Sonntag, 16. Oktober 2011 20:22
To: Marco Weber
Subject: Re: password-policy configuration problems: cannot change passwords
Marco Weber wrote:
> |ldappasswd -D cn=username,dc=domain,dc=tld -S -W |
> |New password: ******** |
> |Re-enter new password: ******** |
> |Enter LDAP Password: ******** |
> |Result: Constraint violation (19) |
> |Additional info: Password policy only allows one password value |
I experienced the same issue with slapo-ppolicy in effect. I suspect it's caused if password-hash configuration directive was changed but up to now I did not dig any deeper.
It helps to have some software at hand which sends an appropriate ModifyRequest with MOD_REPLACE userPassword attribute value with updated password hash scheme. After that the Password Modify Extended Operation (like used by ldappasswd) works again.