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Shiroi98 09-04-2012 02:11 PM

Changing Active Directory password through LDAP on CentOS 6
 
Hi,
I am trying to change the Active Directory (running Win Server 2008) user passwords from my CentOS 6 via LDAP. I have tried the following:
  • ldappasswd
  • passwd (using Microsoft password sync daemon - ssod)
  • Samba

Unfortunately all have failed.. Question is, do I need a secure connection (TLS/SSL?) on the AD server side? Even using the Windows password sync (SSOD daemon?)

when i try the 'passwd (username)' option, I get the error message server is unwilling to perform. I know it can see the AD users, and I can authenticate it with the passwords entered, but changing it fails for whatever reason. Anyone happen to know how can I get this to work?

Any help greatly appreciated!

Thanks!

anilenet 09-05-2012 03:15 AM

I hope it will be changed by this command, please try with this command # smbldap-passwd username
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Shiroi98 (Post 4772589)
Hi,
I am trying to change the Active Directory (running Win Server 2008) user passwords from my CentOS 6 via LDAP. I have tried the following:
  • ldappasswd
  • passwd (using Microsoft password sync daemon - ssod)
  • Samba

Unfortunately all have failed.. Question is, do I need a secure connection (TLS/SSL?) on the AD server side? Even using the Windows password sync (SSOD daemon?)

when i try the 'passwd (username)' option, I get the error message server is unwilling to perform. I know it can see the AD users, and I can authenticate it with the passwords entered, but changing it fails for whatever reason. Anyone happen to know how can I get this to work?

Any help greatly appreciated!

Thanks!




I hope it will be changed by this command, please try with this command # smbldap-passwd username

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Changing Active Directory password through LDAP on CentOS 6
 
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