Daniel Peinado Lopez wrote: > I use jXplore and Apache Directory Studio to manage my LDAP from Windows, > because it´s installed in one server. > The problem is that when I try to add users it says I have no schema. > Apache Directory Studio creates its own schema, and I can add data. But after > that schema disapears and I can't work with jXplorer. A wild guess: The access control configured on the LDAP server forbids to retrieve the subschema subentry. Try these ACLs which give full access to rootDSE and subschema subentry: access to dn.base="" by * read access to dn.base="cn=Subschema" by * read Tweak it to satisfy your local security policy. BTW: 1. AFAIK jxplorer is unmaintained and has some bugs when handling NAME aliases of attribute types (e.g. 'uid' vs. 'userid'). I'd rather recommend not to use it. 2. Last time I checked Apache Directory Studio did not have support for DIT content rules. If you don't use them it doesn't matter. But I use DIT content rules. Ciao, Michael.
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