Active Directory


An SSL connection to Active Directory is required in order to update a user’s password using LDAP. This article describes how to configure and test 389 Directory Server to synchronize with an Active Directory Server via an SSL LDAP connection.

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389 Directory Server have the capability to synchronize with Active Directory. But this capability is not perfect. I’ll discuss below the problems you may encounter when using the synchronization feature.

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This article describes how to synchronize the Active Directory password to 389 Directory Server using the PassSync utility.

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This article describes how to install an SSL certificate in 389 Directory Server to be able to use encypted SSL connection during synchronization. If you will be synchronizing with an Active Directory server, make sure SSL is enabled. You’ll also need a base-64 encoded SSL certificate from your Active Directory server.

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Active Directory is a Microsoft Windows Server technology that provides a variety of network services including LDAP-like Directory services, Kerberos based authentication, and DNS based naming service. It also includes a set of graphical tools that makes managing it a cinch. This article describes how to utilize this powerful technology in the Linux environment.

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This article describes how to configure the 389 Directory Server to synchronize entries with an Active Directory Server.

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This article describes how to achieve single sign on with Active Directory using Identity Management for Unix (available in Windows 2003 R2 and above) or Services for Unix 3.5.

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Identity Management for UNIX makes it easy to integrate your Active Directory user and group accounts into Unix by extending Active Directory to support attributes needed in Unix. This article describes how to install and use Identity Management for UNIX.

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If you are using Active Directory, you can use the Microsoft Certificate Services to generate an SSL certificate suitable for use in an office environment. This page will show you how to request a certificate from the Microsoft Certificate Services for use in a web server.

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This article will show you how to configure the ldap-chpasswd included in the SquirrelMail Change Password plugin. The ldap-chpasswd can change an Active Directory or LDAP server password. If you have not yet installed this plugin, see the SquirrelMail Change Password Howto.

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