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Old 04-13-2009, 12:40 AM   #1
Niceman2005
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openldap ACL configure no restriction


Dear friends,

I am configuring pam_ldap for some reason it couldn't work due to ldap permission.
Anyhow, i try to figure out the problem by attempting to enable absolutely no security on the ACL of openldap with the following configuration:

access to dn.base="dc=sanyang,dc=com,dc=my"
by self write
by users read
by anonymous auth
by * read

somehow, there seems to be still some secuirty there blocking my authentication.
From somewhere i read "By default, only the rootdn can change LDAP entries."

How do i enable absolutely no security , meaning all access are permitted so i can test out what is the problem with my pam_ldap.
The above to me seems logic configuration but it doesnt free up access/

thanks for taking time reading my thread
 
  


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