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Old 02-25-2007, 10:52 PM   #1
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Question How to verify the account's password within ldap database?


Hi,
Our company is going to implement sso, as a netadmin, I choose openldap as the directory service and installed successfully, but I got a question.
I have import the accounts from /etc/passwd into ldap database, and I use command 'passwd' to modify the password of one account, I would like to check out if the password of the account within ldap database can be changed automatically.

which command I could use, ldapsearch?
 
  


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