I am completely new to this group - and to OpenLDAP as well. Trying to get rid of our
Windows SBS domain controller I am building a new Samba 4 server dedicated only to domain
controlling, Debian 10.4, Samba 4.9.5. I'm doing this from scratch, following the
textbooks. I've also setup LAM as graphical interface for administration.
But once I try logging into the server's profile via that LAM interface as
Administrator, I get this: "LDAP error, server says: (8) Strong(er) authentication
(1) "ldbsearch -H ldap://ldap.[my].[domain] "cn=Administrator" -k
yes": is working with the same password I would use in LAM
(2) Server profile settings in LAM
- TLS is deactivated
- Login: Fixed list, cn=Administrator,cn=users,dc=[my],dc=[domain]
# LDAP Defaults
# See ldap.conf(5) for details
# This file should be world readable but not world writable.
URI ldap://ldap.[my].[domain] ldap://ldap-master.[my].[domain]:666
# TLS certificates (needed for GnuTLS)
What am I doing wrong?
Help appreciated, thank you!