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  • #41230

    Hello, could you please tell me if i am right ?
    When i try to fill the E-Mail field for user admin, the UID is changed to 21, and GID to Nobody, and beside this the cn is set to “?” and so Thunderbird cannot lookup email address anymore 🙁

    I cannot connect remotely to the LDAP server (i use IP@):
    DN:dc=example,dc=com

    I tried with
    cn=admin,dc=example,dc=com and also with
    uid=admin,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com

    and standard password (zeroshell) but it is not working 🙁

    Is there a way to remote connect to the ldap server ? or need i to import ldif files locally with a ssh connection ? (i need to figure out how)

    #47016

    imported_fulvio
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    You are right. It’s a bug.

    To remotely change LDAP entries use the DN cn=manager,dc=example,dc=com
    to bind to the directory. The password is the admin one.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #47017

    Thank’s a lot for the answer.
    Locally it is working fine now.

    #47018

    Ok, locally it is working fine with ldapmodify command line. I can now set cn entry, but only ASCII codes are accepted.
    So i cannot use French characters like “é” in “Frédéric”, i must use “Frederic” instead, not so funny.

    Is there a plan to update to unicode instead of ascii, or is this related to the openldap version used here ?

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