--On Wednesday, September 27, 2017 11:53 AM +0200 Ervin Hegedüs
The problem is, that (for example) ntPassword and lmPassword
are doesn't exists (sAMAccountName and objectSid also...).
I thing that the ntPassword is the sambaNTPassword, which is part of the
But how can I configure the OpenLDAP to server these attributes?
The larger question is, does it actually need those attributes to function?
If so, then you'll need to find schema defining them, add that schema to
your OpenLDAP server, and then populate them. It may well not *require*
them to be present in the entry (for example, it looks at all of:
ntPassword, lmPassword, userPassword). My guess would be that as long as
it can access one of those it is fine. However, the fact that it's trying
to get a value back for a password shows that the piece of software is
poorly written and should be avoided. There's zero reason for it to have
read access to a password attribute.
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