[ltb-dev] [LDAP Tool Box - Bug #301] (Rejected) can't make check_password work

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Tue Feb 8 22:39:57 CET 2011


Issue #301 has been updated by Clément Oudot.

Status changed from Assigned to Rejected
% Done changed from 0 to 100

Hanxin Wu wrote:
> Yes!
> It works now.
> The lessons learned is: password complexity checking works for plaintext only; rootdn connection will ignore any passowrd restrictions
> 
> Also check_passowrd module logged messages in the log file. e.g.
> Feb  8 14:46:32 bahldap2 slapd[24271]: check_password: Found upper character - quality raise 1
> Feb  8 14:46:32 bahldap2 slapd[24271]: check_password: Found punctuation character - quality raise 2
> Feb  8 14:46:32 bahldap2 slapd[24271]: check_password: Found lower character - quality raise 3
> Feb  8 14:46:32 bahldap2 slapd[24271]: check_password: Found digit character - quality raise 4
> 
> Thank you very much, Clement!

Great! Closing this issue. Feel free to send us any improvement you will do on the script.

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Bug #301: can't make check_password work
http://tools.lsc-project.org/issues/301

Author: Hanxin Wu
Status: Rejected
Priority: Normal
Assigned to: Clément Oudot
Category: OpenLDAP check password
Target version: openldap-check-password-1.2


I have openldap-2.4.21 installed in the latest Red Hat Linux VM. I was trying to make check_password function work by following the instruction at http://ltb-project.org/wiki/documentation/openldap-ppolicy-check-password. But can never make it. If gurus here are willing to help, I would provide detailed info.
Thanks in advance.


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