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Can a ppolicy be applied to a subtree?
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Campbell, Courtney
2015-10-14 14:06:00 UTC
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I am curious if a ppolicy can be applied to a subtree so that it is added to a user account when newly created?

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Marc Patermann
2015-10-15 09:00:42 UTC
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I am curious if a ppolicy can be applied to a subtree so that it is > added
to a user account when newly created? Unfortunately not. I would like to
have that too. As far as I know ppolicy overlay is a database setting. See
man slapo-ppolicy. You can split your DIT to multiple database apply ppolicy
to the database with your user account subtree and glue the databases together
to behave like a single DIT again. [...]

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Hi,
I am curious if a ppolicy can be applied to a subtree so that it is
added to a user account when newly created?
Unfortunately not. I would like to have that too.
As far as I know ppolicy overlay is a database setting. See man
slapo-ppolicy.
You can split your DIT to multiple database apply ppolicy to the
database with your user account subtree and glue the databases together
to behave like a single DIT again.


Marc
Howard Chu
2015-10-15 23:08:41 UTC
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Content preview: Marc Patermann wrote: > Hi, > > Am 14.10.2015 um 16:06 Uhr
schrieb Campbell, Courtney: >> I am curious if a ppolicy can be applied to
a subtree so that it is >> added to a user account when newly created? >
Unfortunately not. I would like to have that too. > As far as I know ppolicy
overlay is a database setting. See man slapo-ppolicy. > You can split your
DIT to multiple database apply ppolicy to the database with > your user account
subtree and glue the databases together to behave like a > single DIT again.
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Post by Marc Patermann
Hi,
Post by Campbell, Courtney
I am curious if a ppolicy can be applied to a subtree so that it is
added to a user account when newly created?
Unfortunately not. I would like to have that too.
As far as I know ppolicy overlay is a database setting. See man slapo-ppolicy.
You can split your DIT to multiple database apply ppolicy to the database with
your user account subtree and glue the databases together to behave like a
single DIT again.
Currently it's not supported, but this is something that slapo-collect would
be appropriate for.
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Director, Highland Sun http://highlandsun.com/hyc/
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Campbell, Courtney
2015-10-15 19:45:48 UTC
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Content preview: Yeah. I ended up looking at the man page and kind of got the
point. It would be great if there was a way to apply a pwdPolicySubentry
to a subtree and have all newly created accounts inherit the policy. I am
transitioning from RHDS which has that functionality. [...]

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Yeah. I ended up looking at the man page and kind of got the point. It would be great if there was a way to apply a pwdPolicySubentry to a subtree and have all newly created accounts inherit the policy. I am transitioning from RHDS which has that functionality.

Thanks,
Court

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Hi,
Post by Campbell, Courtney
I am curious if a ppolicy can be applied to a subtree so that it is
added to a user account when newly created?
Unfortunately not. I would like to have that too.
As far as I know ppolicy overlay is a database setting. See man slapo-ppolicy.
You can split your DIT to multiple database apply ppolicy to the database with your user account subtree and glue the databases together to behave like a single DIT again.


Marc



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