I would use the "
uid=admin,ou=Administrators,ou=TopologyManagement,o=NetscapeRoot" instead of
Here's the copy and pasted information from the Red Hat Directory Server
There are important differences between the Directory Administrator and the
* The administrator cannot create top level entries for a new suffix
through an add operation. either adding an entry in the Directory Server
Console or using ldapadd, a tool provided with OpenLDAP. Only the Directory
Manager can add top-level entries by default. To allow other users to add
top-level entries, create entries with the appropriate access control
statements in an LDIF file, and perform an import or database initialization
procedure using that LDIF file.
* Password policies do apply to the administrator, but you can set a
user-specific password policy for the administrator.
* Size, time, and lookthrough limits apply to the administrator, but you
can set different resource limits for this user.
For more detail, follow below URL
On Fri, May 2, 2008 at 7:41 AM, Maurizio Marini <maumar(a)cost.it> wrote:
When configuring sw that should authenticate ldap, they ask for ldap
I wonder which is the difference between:
When shoud i use it ot the the other? who is "ldap admin"?
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