On Wed, Nov 15, 2006 at 10:21:39AM +0100, Pierangelo Masarati wrote:
Please keep replies on the mailing list.
> This is native ldapadd. :(
This question has been asked (and answered!) so many times... OpenLDAP
tools solve the problem of authenticated referral chasing by delegating
it to the user. They simply return a referral and don't even try to
chase it anonymously (as supposed to be useless for writes) nor by
propagating credentials to the referred DSA (it would be a very poor
decision, as the client has no means to determine whether the referred
DSA is trusted or not; or, whenever distributed authentication is
implemented, it is very likely that the referred DSA has no means to
authenticate an otherwise valid user for the initially contacted DSA.
Ok - so if
i have correctly undesrtood - this not mistake,
this is a feature. :)
And my config's - correct?
> And again any packets on master side.
> I should solve a problem of synchronization of passwords
> for samba from slave to master LDAP.
> And not find the decision. :(
> Help me please.... :)
> Where i am mistaken?
I think OpenLDAP has little to do with smbldap-useradd; however, it
looks like that that tool is working as expected, since it behaves the
same as ldapadd...
Also it is a question for other maillist?
Paul Shevtsov <> 380-62-3327312
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