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  • #41256

    Xenu
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    Hi,

    I’m trying to log into my Zeroshell’s LDAP server using phpldapadmin.
    I need to alter the users to include an attribute our PGP server uses.
    I was hoping to use just one LDAP server for the entire company but our PGP server requires me to add an inetorgperson attribute called EmployeeType to each account.

    So, I tried to be able to alter the user attributes by using phpldapadmin but it rejects my username and password when using

    uid=admin,ou=People,dc=mycompany,dc=co,dc=uk

    as my login name and i know this is the correct DN.

    I AM able to bind to the LDAP server anonymously, but thats read only so cannot alter the attributes of users.

    Is the password for the admin user in the web interface the same as the admin users LDAP account password ? Is using phpldapadmin even possible (any tried it?)

    If not, is there any way I can alter user attributes to include an attribute ?

    Many thanks and keep up the good work, Zeroshell rocks – WPA2 Enterprise in 10 minutes!

    #47053

    vmv4
    Member

    It is possible to connect using “cn=Manager,dc=mycompany,dc=co,dc=uk” and a password of admin user using LDAP browser. Not sure about phpLdapAdmin.

    #47054

    Xenu
    Member

    nope it rejects that as well… 🙁

    when i anonymously bind to LDAP with phpldapadmin and look at the admin user, it reports the DN correctly as

    Distinguished Name: uid=admin,ou=People,dc=mycompany,dc=co,dc=uk

    cheers

    #47055

    vmv4
    Member

    ldapadmin works for me with provided above credentials.

    Hope it helps

    #47056

    Xenu
    Member

    yes!!

    that works for me thanks a million mate 😀

    Yep i’ve added the attribute to the user and PGP works fine…

    I cant thank you enough

    #47057

    vmv4
    Member

    Glad to hear that. I’m not sure that your changes are persistent. Not whether they disappear after a reboot?
    Best regards

    #47058

    Xenu
    Member

    I have just checked and rebooted the server, I can confirm the changes to LDAP are persistent.

    Thank you again

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