I'm having a directory with an basedn:
containing an "sub directory" named "internal":
cn=internal, dc=foo, dc=bar
Now I want to hide "internal" and its children from most users, with
exception of the members of some administrative groups, so I added an
ACI to "internal" like this:
(targetattr = "*") (version 3.0;acl "hide internal";
(groupdn != "ldap:///cn=admin,cn=internal,dc=foo,dc=bar" and
groupdn != "ldap:///cn=configuration administrators,ou=groups,
Now I have a user cn=manager,cn=internal,dc=foo,dc=bar who is member
of the group cn=admin,cn=internal,dc=foo,dc=bar and should be allowed
to access "internal" and its children.
But this doesn't work: I can't even bind as
cn=manager,cn=internal,dc=foo,dc=bar I suppose because the user is an
child of "internal", and so anonymous isn't allowed to access the
object for authentication.
How can I achieve that it is possible to bind as a user in the hidden
sub directory without making it world readable?
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