Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
> access to
This matches a DN whose RDN is a 'cn', immediately below ou=personal,
but not subtrees below ou=personal nor RDNs that are not 'cn's. Is that
thanks for your kind response. here is the address entry of an user bisu
at first I had ^cn=([^,]+) but then nothing can be seen. after changing
it to cn=([^,]+)
address entries are visible.
There was also a line like attrs=entry but after omitting it everything
is working. by the way what is the meaning of that entry ?
More over my present config can't prevent a user to see others personal
addressbook. how can I prevent this ?
thanks once again
> by dn.regex="uid=([^,]+),ou=users,virtualDomain=$2,dc=suse,dc=ldap"
Try by dn.expand="uid=$1,ou=users,virtualDomain=$2,dc=suse,dc=ldap" read
> by users none
There is an implicit 'by * none' at the end of each access statement, so
that line is not necessary. And I assume you want to stop anonymous
access as well, so it's not as if the 'by users' statement is very