openldap

Writing access rules in OpenLDAP

OpenLDAP is a popular open source lightweight directory access protocol server. It's available on many platforms like BSD, GNU/Linux, Windows and many UNIX flavors. It is used to setup directory services for an organization and/or for authentication purposes. Given it's purpose and the critical information which an OpenLDAP server holds, it becomes important to define correct access rules for it to allow only authorized access to information inside it.

End to end guide for writing a LDAP schema

LDAP has been protocol of choice for organizations who want to access information regarding their assets or people stored in their directory software. LDAP provides single sign-on feature which allows it's users to connect to the server once and then have access to all other services / information on the directory. LDAP have access control in form of ACL where roles and privileges of an user can be defined centrally.

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