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Old 04-08-2004, 12:38 PM   #1
Kostko
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ProFTPD authentication problem


Hi, i have the following configuration for LDAP in proftpd.conf:

Code:
LDAPServer                      127.0.0.1:389
LDAPAuthBinds                   on
LDAPQueryTimeout                10
LDAPDoAuth                      on ou=Drones,dc=unimatrix-one,dc=org (&(uid=%v)(objectClass=borgFTPAccount)(accountActive=TRUE))
LDAPDefaultGID                  8001
LDAPDoUIDLookups                off
LDAPDoGIDLookups                off
LDAPNegativeCache               on

But it still doesn't auth the users correctly (all get login incorrect) and in the log i get:
mod_ldap: pr_ldap_connect(): ldap_simple_bind() as (null) failed: Operations error

What should i do to make this work ?
 
  


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