LDAP


All the information you can store in a Network Information Service (NIS) can also be stored in an LDAP server. This article describes how to use the 389 Directory Server to function as a Network Information Service by showing how to store the list of service as an example.

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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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JXplorer is a standards compliant general purpose open source ldap browser that can be used to read and search any ldap directory, or any X500 directory with an ldap interface. This article describes to how install the JXplorer open source ldap browser.

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An LDAP server like the 389 Directory Server and OpenLDAP can be used to centralize the users and authentication information. This articles describes how to use LDAP based authentication in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or CentOS 5.

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389 Directory Server, formerly called the Fedora Directory Server, is an enterprise-class open source LDAP server for Linux. 389 Directory Server is very mature and very powerful, below are some of its features.

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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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389 Directory Server formerly the Fedora Directory Server is an enterprise-class open source LDAP server for Linux. This article will show you how to setup the 389 Directory Server.

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

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Enabling SSL in Active Directory allows clients to communicate securely with AD servers. This is also required to allow a user’s Active Directory password to be changed programmatically using LDAP.

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This article will show you how to setup an LDAP address book using OpenLDAP, an open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.

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