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Old 09-17-2012, 04:37 AM
Vijay Thakur
Default 389-users Digest, Vol 88, Issue 15

Thanks for your kind reply. I want to use 389 DS for my web
application. As per the user name and password authentication,
application will access the complete detail of
authenticated user for DS like Home Address, Phone Number, Image, PAN
Card, ID Number, Current Address, Nationality etc.

Is there any one in the list who can clear my doubt to explore the DS
according to my requirement.

With warm regards,

Vijay Thakur

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I tried using samba with ldap backend for windows authentication. I wass
able to login but I didn't try to do more then logging. I was just curious
about this.

In this way accounts can have normal linux attributes too. Only problem
will be with password sync.

But if you chosse only normal ldap there were some projects like pgina. But
i don't know how this work. I heard from friend once about problems but I
don't remember the ugly details.

I hope this will help you

14 wrz 2012 09:19, "Vijay Thakur" <vijay.thakur@loopmethods.com> napisaƂ(a):

All Experts,

I have posted my query on many places, but got no satisfactory reply. So i
am here for help.

I have configured 389 Directory Server in Centos 5.8. I have added some
users and groups with DS Console. Now i want to authenticate my windows and
linux systems with 389-DS. I have found no information to get system login
(Authenticated) by googling it. How can i add systems in Directory server.
Kindly suggest that what changes are required at server and client end
(Widnows or Linux) to be authenticated by Directory Server.

Thanks in advance.

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