Change Password in LDAP or active directory
Hello all,I am still new to asp.net so please bear with me. I am trying to use the change password wizard in VWD 2005 to change an LDAP or active directory password. When I test it I keep getting this error message "Password incorrect or New Password invalid. New Password length minimum: 6.
Non-alphanumeric characters required: 0." I know that I am putting in the right password and using the right credentials. If I am not doing this right How do I fix it? Here is my web.config if needed. Thank you.<?xml version="1.0"?><configuration> <ap...One or more eDir to LDAP attribute mappings appear to be incorrect. Change attribute mappings through the LDAP
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dG8gV...iFolder and Active Directory LDAPS (LDAP over SSL)
I am looking for some insight in getting my iFolder server communicating
with an Active directory server over SSL for user Authentication. I am
using iFolder 2.1.3 and Windows 2003SP1 on the servers for both iFolder
server OS and Active Directory OS. I have installed the root cert for the
domain on the iFolder server. When I use the iFolder installer I can
extend the schema of the directory structure over 636 using SSL without any
problems, it connects and looks good.
When iFolder starts the logfile has the following entries
Starting iFolder server, version 2.1.3 [04/06/01]
Conf...How do I retrieve operational attributes for an LDAP entry using Net::LDAP?
how do I retrieve the values for 'creatorsName','createTimestamp',
'modifyTimestamp' using Net::LDAP module?
use Net::LDAP::Util qw(ldap_error_text ldap_error_name ldap_error_desc);
my $ldap=new Net::LDAP($host) or die;
my $mesg=$ldap->bind("$rdn",password=>"$ldappasswd",version => 3) or die;
$mesg=$ldap->search(base=>"ou=people,dc=xxxx,dc=com",scope=>...Changing passwords in active directory from asp.net
This is a followup post to using active directory for user validation. I have been successful in making the validateUser method work, but am having trouble getting the changePassword function to work. It seems that it has worked at least once, (perhaps the the very first time i try it), but usually fails. I have verified that the password did actually change in active directory when it worked. When I try a second time, I get the error "The password supplied is invalid. Passwords must conform to the password strength requirements configured for the defa...Net::LDAP, Active Directory and Disabled Users
I've been trying to write a simple perl script that will query the =
directory via LDAP and give me a list of email addresses for disabled =
(eg, addresses we don't want to accept email for anymore). I found a =
or two that suggested I use the following as my filter:
I was beginning to think these websites were wrong as whene...4 issues with Net::LDAP and Active Directory
I have 4 issues which I do not understand and I have searched the
Net::LDAP documentation up and down and cannot figure it out.
1. pwdLastSet is only available for the DN of the user who is logged
in. (That seems a little odd, why is that?) and yes I logged in as
another user using LDAP and it was available for them and not me.
2. pwdLastSet is some Active Directory timestamp (Why oh why cant
Microsoft just use utc like ev...make Net::LDAP::LDIF more similar to Net::LDAP
Hi Graham, hi Chris, hi list,
I would like to rework Net::LDAP::LDIF a bit so that its API
resembles that of Net::LDAP a bit more while still keeping the
The reason for this is that in application I often need to
distinguish between Net::LDAP and Net::LDAP::LDIF because
some methods are only implemented on one side.
I\'d like to start with a code() method that tries to mimic the
Net::LDAP one and I\'d like to extend the
Net::LDAP::Entry->update() method so that it takes a
Net::LDAP::LDIF object as an argument. The latter one
requires a...LDAP attribute Map / LIst / extend the LDAP attributes
we are use ladp on netware 65,
is there a list of the LDAP attributes avaliable that are used for
is it possible to create a ldap attribute that contains more that one
edirectory attribute content and extend it with a static variable?
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Most eDirectory attributes are available natively by their name (minus
spaces and special characters). For example fullname works to retrieve
the 'Full Name' and givenname works for 'Given Name' and
sasloginconfiguration works for 'SAS:...RE: Net::LDAP, Active Directory and Disabled Users
Version of Perl:=20
5.8.0 (as supplied with RedHat9)
Version of Net::LDAP:
[jsteenha@jake utilities]$ perl -mNet::LDAP -e 'print =
Relevant part of Perl code:
$filter =3D =
#$filter =3D '(objectCategory=3Dperson)';
$f =3D new Net::LDAP::Filter;
my $ldap =3D Net::LDAP->new('acutex-dc01');
my $mesg =3D $...Using LDAP to allow Active Directory to manage passwords
We have an Active Directory domain and run Groupwise on Netware. We have a
new CIO that would like to be able to change her password in AD and have
it changed GW's password as well. Can I do this using LDAP?
to actually change the GW password, you'd need something like Novell Identity Manager to synchronize them.
Groupwise is able to authenticate against an LDAP compliant directory like AD though. Check the manuals.
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Please don't send me support related e-mail unless I ask you to do so.
We us...Net::LDAP, Active Directory and Disabled Users #2
I've been trying to write a simple perl script that will query the active
directory via LDAP and give me a list of email addresses for disabled users
(eg, addresses we don't want to accept email for anymore). I found a website
or two that suggested I use the following as my filter:
I was begining to think these websites were wrong as whenever I tried this
filter, I'd go no results. With other filters, I'd get the results I'd
expect to get. I then tried that filter in a couple other appli...[Fwd: make Net::LDAP::LDIF more similar to Net::LDAP]
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Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 10:54:22 +1000
From: Sion Camilleri <firstname.lastname@example.org>
X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.8 [en] (Windows NT 5.0; U)
To: Graham Barr <email@example.com>...Getting User List from Active Directory using LDAP with Asp.Net
Did any body worked on the below process?
Getting User List from Active Directory using LDAP with Asp.Net.
If Yes, Can u pls guide me to proceed?
Not sure if that was supposed to be a hyperlink or not in your post. However, you should start with the first post in this forum for common patterns. You are looking for all users, so you can use "(&(objectClass=user)(objectCategory=person))" as your search filter.
Ryan DunnWeblog The BookLDAP Programming Help...Fw: Re: make Net::LDAP::LDIF more similar to Net::LDAP
Am 08.06.2004 um 18:29 Uhr haben Sie geschrieben:
> On 8 Jun 2004, at 16:56, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I\'d like to start with a code() method that tries to mimic
>> Net::LDAP one and
>I assume you mean better error handling ?
My first goal is having a code() method in Net::LDAP::LDIF.
> > I\'d like to extend the
> > Net::LDAP::Entry->update() method so that it takes a
> > Net::LDAP::LDIF object as an argument. The latter one
> > requires a bit of work in Net::LDAP::LDIF to make it
> > correct.
> Not su...