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Do you have any idea on this ? Alex Posts: 1Joined: Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:46 pm Top by Support » Thu Mar 27, 2008 12:31 pm I guess the problem is that you use RDN instead of Search Help Register Login Home Home» Kerio User Forums» Kerio Connect» OpenLDAP: Cannot edit LDAP users (Attempting to edit LDAP users causes an error and does not display the edit window.) ipa user-add --first gs --last r shanks 2. Check This Out

Log in to reply. If I add that, I can start seeing user private group: [[email protected] slapd-EXAMPLE-COM]# ldapmodify -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w Secret123 <"In handler 'LDAP-auth': Failed to retrieve a group with these settings"? 0 Hello As I am working on LDAP authentication, I am getting the error: This is the accepted answer.

Could be a problem with the groupmembershipsearchfilter and/or groupsearchfilter. Download in other formats: Comma-delimited Text Tab-delimited Text RSS Feed Powered by Trac 0.12.5 By Edgewall Software. Groupsearchfilter is a query that is supposed to return all relevant groups and membershipsearchfilter is supposed to return groups that user is a member of. Have a look at this link and run the tool.

Under LLLDAP, just use Username and Password. Is it possible? A tip: If your security Group names, as configured in Taskmaster, have suffixes on them, such as 'AdminG.SEC', remove the suffix and save the group name. One of the challenges of UNIX integration with LDAP and AD is this difference - shortname vs distinguished name.

Please try again.] 05/22/15 13:47:15.851 4 2ebc c:0ae9e318 u: s: Connection::Login FAIL for admin on 1 Regards, Akash Log in to reply. You could check membership by posixGroup members (memberUid) using sets . I used below syntax for group name(aslo attached screenshot for it): fdrfdev_ts_team.dou.com ( where group name is : fdrfdev_ts_team and o=dou.com) Can you suggest if this the right way to Each line in the file being a group name. > > Although I can move on with this for now, I would be actually more > relieved if I could use:

Again, Thanks a lot for your help ! Refine your search. So the list of words is looked up individually until one matches or none left to check. ipa user-add ipauser1 --first=f --last=l --password 3.

Michal has a WIP patch. Report message to a moderator Tue, 27 May 2014 10:53 [message #113760] robertflavia Messages: 100 Karma: -5 Hello Pavel, attached are the openldap.map and gal_openldap.map files that are used. More... This is the accepted answer.

COMError:"The operation completed successfully." 05/22/15 13:47:15.845 4 2ebc Login name and/or password invalid. his comment is here Please try again. 05/20/15 12:09:59.260 2 2e64 t: IN 'OLEDBRC::Close SELECT us_id, us_name, us_pass, us_perm, us_ind FROM tmuser WHERE us_id='fdrfdev_user1'' 05/20/15 12:09:59.260 2 2e64 t:0 OUT 'OLEDBRC::Close SELECT us_id, us_name, us_pass, enewman Posts: 2Joined: Mon Mar 27, 2006 12:33 pm Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by AuthorPost timeSubject AscendingDescending Post a My problem is that I cannot load the ldif file when using Active Directory because the "groupOfNames" object.

Next question would be how to debug this on LDAP server and find out which values should you choose for these attributes.something to the order of ldapsearch -x -LLL -H ldap:/// For example, in LDAP you must use the Domain\Username and if the user has already authenticated to log in to the domain, no password is necessary when logging into Datacap applications. Kerio reserves the right to monitor and maintain the forums to promote free and accurate exchange of information. this contact form ipa group-find new_group1 Actual results: [root@qe-blade-05 ~]# ipa user-del shanks --------------------- Deleted user "shanks" --------------------- [root@qe-blade-05 ~]# ipa user-d^Chanks [root@qe-blade-05 ~]# ipa user-add --first gs --last r shanks ------------------- Added user

mmm... On IPA server, regular POSIX group (added with ipa group-add) have both posixGroup and groupOfNames, regular non-POSIX groups have only groupOfNames and user private groups only carry posixGroup. Log in to reply.

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Then switch back to LLLDAP and try logging in again. Securely. comment:2 Changed 2 years ago by adamwill confirmed I'm seing this on a test F21-on-F21 (client and server) deployment , though strangely not on my production deployment with F19 server but I am not a regex genius so any help would be appreciated.

Do I have to add this object class to my schema for dynlists? I also used this when troubleshooting. Fields of intrest along with their description: groupBaseFilter = OPTIONAL The LDAP search filter Splunk uses when searching for static groups Like userBaseFilter, this is highly recommended to speed up LDAP navigate here I will paste below an example but I will put the bits you need to modify in Bold text.

The example provided of the template will work if you replace certain'attributes' in it with your own. Updated on 2015-05-21T14:41:52Z at 2015-05-21T14:41:52Z by ShaunM2 Akashdeep113 310000CCC1 31 Posts Re: Performing Authentication Using LLDAP ‏2015-05-22T08:49:04Z This is the accepted answer. So, instead of UserSearchFilter:(&(objectClass=person)(uid={0})), it should probably be something like: UserSearchFilter:(&(objectClass=person)(uid=<%user%>))" Same goes for the groupsearchfilter. DN value of "uid=fdrfdev_user1,o=dou.com" 06/01/15 14:39:58.510 1 3de0 Successful Bind, using BindUser:uid=p8admin,o=dou.com ldap connection:42797636 [hex:28d0a44] 06/01/15 14:39:58.513 1 3de0 search for users group starting at base dn

Request you to please have a look and suggest me further. 5/22/15 13:47:15.781 1 2ebc LLLDAP Template ",o=dou.com?BindPw:filenet?UserBaseDn:o=dou.com?UserSearchFilter:(&(objectClass=person)(uid={0}))?UserShortNameAttr:cn?UserDisplayNameAttr:cn?GroupBaseDn:o=dou.com?GroupSearchFilter:(&(cn={0})(|(objectClass=groupOfNames)(objectClass=groupOfUniqueNames)))GroupMembershipSearchFilter:(|(&(objectclass=groupOfNames)(member={0}))(&(objectclass=groupOfUniqueNames)(uniqueMember={0}))) " 05/22/15 13:47:15.781 1 2ebc Current Base DN Reported error: " unable to get the 'DN' for user "admin"; ldap connection:4786756 [hex:490a44]". ShaunM2 2700069UG4 21 Posts Re: Performing Authentication Using LLDAP ‏2015-05-21T14:39:45Z This is the accepted answer. And I guess one point is that they are not listed indivudually as "memberOf" entries in the ou=Group cn, they just have a gidNumber that matches a group in there.

We enlisted the support of specialist networking people. Regards, Akash Log in to reply. ShaunM2 2700069UG4 ‏2015-05-20T09:57:18Z Hi Akash, I've only ever worked with one of these LLLDAP installations and it did take a while to get it working. If the user account is ok according to this, then it must be a configuration issue.

In our environment we have only uid and o configured like : uid=p8admin,o=dou.com . I found this in the debug log 27/May/2014 13:22:34][1513] {ldapdb} fc50c1cd-1d5f-460f-9f17-4a59c0688be0: Looking up in cache... [27/May/2014 13:22:34][1513] {ldapdb} LDAP connection acquired: hostname="", poolSlot=0. (ThreadId=1513) [27/May/2014 13:22:34][1513] {ldapdb} LDAP request: action=search, params=" This is the accepted answer. Technical support: http://www.kerio.com/support ------------------ Stay Connected Anytime, Anywhere.

The group name in Taskmaster should match exactly to the group name in your directory server. Privacy Policy Terms of Use Support Anonymous Sign in Create Ask a question Upload an App Explore Tags Answers Apps Users Badges [squid-users] dynamic group using URI as group name on So I dont have any DC values. Something like access to * by set="user/uidNumber & [cn=group]/memberUid" read p.

jfernan147 2700006BSN ‏2015-05-26T18:30:26Z I suspect your template is incorrect.