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Re: ldif import problems

The value you see from ldapsearch is the base64 encoded representation
of your password (test in this case). The openldap ldif library base
encodes passwords when displaying them. You wouldn't to make it that
easy for someone to see your password :)


> Kevin Reck wrote:
> I am trying to import my ldif file.. but the userPassword field keeps
> getting imported wrong.  No matter what I put into the userPassword
> field openLDAP stores it incorrectly.
> I tried
> userPassword: test
> and when I do a ldapsearch it comes back as
> userPassword:: dGVzdCA=
> not even close.
> Any ideas would be appreciated.
> I am running Redhat 7.1
> openldap-servers-2.0.7-14
> Kevin

Yoel Spotts			yoel@vasco.com
VASCO Data Security, Inc.	http://www.vasco.com