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LDAP Services for NDS

Posted on 1997-08-12
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I've set up LDAP Services for NDS but I can't seem to search for users in the entire tree, only those in the OU specified in my LDAP client. Is there anyone out there who has experience with Novell's LDAP server who has suggestions?
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by:jwilleke
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What LDAP client are you using to search for users? -jim

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You must give BROWSE rights to the user you are attaching to from LDAP to the tree.
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It turns out that the problem was related to a bug in Novell's
LDAP server. It has been corrected in v1.03a
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