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Re: Ldap Manager privillages

By "Directory Manager" I assume user identified by the
rootdn parameter.  As detailed in the documentation,
the rootdn is immune to your ACL.  If you don't want any
DN to be immune to your ACL, don't set a rootdn.

As far as setting an ACL, see the applicable documentation...


At 04:19 AM 2/18/2006, Its Azfar wrote:
>I am using an ldap browser to manage my ldap and I am
>using Directory Manager account for my software. Hence
>I can add, delete and modify any data in ldap. I want
>to make an ACL by which i can not delete any data
>specialy top level container or data but able to add
>and modify. ANy help.... I am novice to ldap.
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