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Re: [Freeipa-users] slapi-nis installation help



This is what I ended up with.

# ttest, users, accounts, nes.checkpoint.com
dn: uid=ttest,cn=users,cn=accounts,dc=nes,dc=edited,dc=com
displayName: Tim  Test
cn: Tim  Test
title: test User
objectClass: top
objectClass: person
objectClass: organizationalPerson
objectClass: inetOrgPerson
objectClass: inetUser
objectClass: posixAccount
objectClass: krbPrincipalAux
objectClass: radiusprofile
loginShell: /bin/bash
gidNumber: 1002
gecos: Tim  Test
sn: Test
homeDirectory: /home/ttest
uid: ttest
mail: tim test nes edited com
krbPrincipalName: ttest NES EDITED COM
initials: TT
uidNumber: 1102
memberOf: cn=ipausers,cn=groups,cn=accounts,dc=nes,dc=edited,dc=com
krbPrincipalKey:: 
MIICaqADAgEBoQMCAQGiAwIBAqMDAgEApIICUjCCAk4wb6AiMCCgAwIBAKEZ
 BBdORVMuQ0hFQ0tQT0lOVC5DT010dGVzdKFJMEegAwIBEqFABD4gAPCg096xJRi1GCmdH+zCX/RPw
 9yyZrMTcajwdhvCdba2IHXc3nCxerCCFG7EWTzE/BDNbQ1Lo+8ncpZdsDBfoCIwIKADAgEAoRkEF0
 5FUy5DSEVDS1BPSU5ULkNPTXR0ZXN0oTkwN6ADAgERoTAELhAAmiazCloBWUy83FJWE++tGIJROXc
 DP/VRmEak0w3NFgKeKmFEj+Oq2uaftZ8wZ6AiMCCgAwIBAKEZBBdORVMuQ0hFQ0tQT0lOVC5DT010
 dGVzdKFBMD+gAwIBEKE4BDYYANobnHqJtwdPVHJ/2xB7RAhubd/7x0AcT+tqepz0tKj8+cZZDVrWR
 eMpvaznEXBHqGIBnw8wX6AiMCCgAwIBAKEZBBdORVMuQ0hFQ0tQT0lOVC5DT010dGVzdKE5MDegAw
 IBF6EwBC4QAJY308SqY0/KJW0RCqHokmtmETV8kp1vOvd6kCxO0FZzRaXRKiBeJ/lqqqplMFegIjA
 goAMCAQChGQQXTkVTLkNIRUNLUE9JTlQuQ09NdHRlc3ShMTAvoAMCAQihKAQmCACaTs3yqOZQsdi1
 0+H8+jPdbkC1RU2VoHvwdRMnP7wt+sfmBTowV6AiMCCgAwIBAKEZBBdORVMuQ0hFQ0tQT0lOVC5DT
 010dGVzdKExMC+gAwIBA6EoBCYIAExPRjZpLwlGTj9cISvbxi3jsVv6g1jy7tlxanAoFd8Y/6fs+w
 ==
krbLastPwdChange: 20091006002554Z
krbPasswordExpiration: 20091006002554Z
userPassword:: 
e1NTSEF9NmdQbGR5VWsxMmpuV3lraFYvZEEzdURQSEc3YUN0UkpBam9YVnc9PQ=
 =
givenName: Tim


Rob Crittenden wrote:
>
> garyv wrote:
> > Again, I appreciate your help.
> >
> >
> > seemingly my lidf perhaps was not loaded correctly.
> > I see no userPassword attribute.
>
> You need to bind as Directory Manager to show the userPassword attribute
> for everyone.
>
> ldapsearch -x -D "cn=directory manager" -W -b "dcc=nes,dc=edited,dc=com"
>    "* userPassword"
>
> rob
>


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