Hello again list
I am coming a bit to my wits end on this one, let me rather top post my own
After having configured the client machine to authenticate and to look for
users on the directory server and then try to login into a user that sits on
the directory server then I get a error message saying that there is no such
user, is there any special configuration that needs to be done to get the
directory server to authenticate on a standard install on both the directory
server and the client?
On 1/28/09 10:53 AM, "Per Qvindesland" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi List
> After having installed Directory Server with no problems and created a test
> user account I then go ahead to configure a client to test the
> authentication to my new directory server, sadly after a reboot I can't
> login with my new user account that I created, I have spent a few days
> reading up about what the problem may be but until now I have had very
> little joy.
> If I try ldapsearch -v then I get error message:
> SASL/EXTERNAL authentication started
> Ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s:unknown authentication method (-6)
> additional info: SASL(-4): no mechanism available:
> If i use ldapsearch -x then I get the output of a ldif file with all groups,
> users and domains available so there is apparently nothing rong with the
> communication, I truly belive that this is a security problem that sits
> somewhere but I have no idea.
> Could anyone give me some pointers to how I could fix this problem?
> Per Qvindesland
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