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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: LDAP Administration
- From: Brian Green <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 6 Sep 2012 07:58:59 -0400
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I have recently taken over a bunch of systems controlled by an LDAP database - however, the previous admin. didn't add me to the needed group so that I can fully administer the LDAP directory.
Is there a way I can force LDAP to add me to this group? I have root access to the Linux server where the OpenLDAP system is hosted, if that helps. I've tried changing the .acl documents - that didn't seem to work to allow me to add myself to that group. This is a production system, so taking it down for a long period of time, or messing it up, would be bad.
Thanks for any help,