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Old 08-03-2007, 11:03 AM   #1
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authentication with ldaps


hi guys,

I have problems with authentication to LDAPS. I have Suse Linux Enterprise 10 running and I want to authenticate users with eDirectory. When I use yast->network services -> ldap client ,and fetch with ssl/tls disabled, I am able to see contents of eDirectory. but as soon as I enable ssl/tls and try to fetch, it fails with a message:
connection to ldap server cannot be established.
error: 14090086: SSL routines: ssl3_get_server_certificate:certificate verify failed.

Does this message mean that I need to import certificate or smth? I got TrustedRootCert-SSL CertificateDNS.der exported from eDirectory but I dont really know what I should do with that. yast doesnt allow importing .der certificates. any ideas?

Thanks in advance
 
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