Before I explore this further, when using "ldappasswd," will it still
prompt me for the current password before I can type in a new password to
On 1/22/14 3:26 PM, "Paul Robert Marino" <prmarino1(a)gmail.com> wrote:
your SSL cert or your DNS is bad. TLS requires full forward and
lookup of the C name for the host to match one of the host names in
the SSL cert.
On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 3:08 PM, Chaudhari, Rohit K.
> I'm not using kerberos. The other suggestion about using ldappasswd led
> to the error:
> ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s: Can't contact LDAP server (-1)
> Additional info: TLS: hostname does not match CN in peer certificate
> Is there a way to create a JNDI equivalent command so that I could add a
> checkbox to a Java GUI that basically toggles the "force password change
> after reset" checkbox built into the password policy in 389?
> On 1/22/14 10:49 AM, "Paul Robert Marino" <prmarino1(a)gmail.com>
>>sorry thats not possible.
>>If you are using Kerberos then you can do it via the kadmin command.
>>If not then you have to use one of several other tools like the admin
>>console or ldapmodify for example.
>>On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 9:06 AM, Chaudhari, Rohit K.
>>> I need to be able to reset a LDAP user's password if they forget it
>>> user root. But when I try the "passwd" command as root for a LDAP
>>> get the following:
>>> (as root)
>>> passwd tuser
>>> Changing password for user tuser.
>>> Password reset by root is not supported.
>>> passwd: Authentication token manipulation error.
>>> I am using sssd as the LDAP authentication mechanism tool, to be
>>> Does anyone have a solution to dealing with this issue of resetting a
>>> user's password if they forgot it?
>>> From: <Chaudhari>, "Rohit K. Chaudhari"
>>> Date: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 3:29 PM
>>> To: "General discussion list for the 389 Directory server
>>> Subject: using passwd with 389
>>> I want to be able to use the Unix "passwd" command to reset a LDAP
>>> password from the command line. However, I keep getting an
>>> token manipulation error whenever I try to reset the password using
>>> command. What do I need to do in the 389 DS or on Unix in order to
>>> command to work?
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