On Mon, 2010-12-06 at 15:44 +0500, Stanislav Vlasov wrote:
> [stas@ds ~]$ cat /etc/redhat-release
> CentOS release 5.5 (Final)
> [stas@ds ~]$ rpm -qa | grep centos-ds
> ds installed for:
> 1) linux workstations authentication
> 2) mail (accounts & aliases)
> 3) samba
> 4) squid acls
> Exists several r/o replicas. All services and workstations work with replica, not with main server.
> Now i need some interface for change user's own password by user.
> Password change must be on main server.
> I try login by user to main server, and i can't change own password.
> Added that ACL (via centos-idm-console):
> (targetattr = "userPassword")
> (version 3.0;
> acl "ChangePass";
> allow (write)
> (userdn = "ldap:///self") and
> No effect.
> How i can give rights to users for change passwords?
I think you will find much better/quicker responses to this type of
question from 389-users list...
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