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Binding Directory Manager as default Bind when using  SSL/TLS certificate

Posted on 2013-12-30
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Hi All,
I refer to my this question

https://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/389-users/2013-December/016572.html


I have setup fedora 389 Directory server to use SSL/TLS

and i can perfom search by using

/usr/bin/ldapsearch -xZZ -D 'cn=Directory Manager' -w  'xxxxx' -b 'dc=fosiul,dc=lan'


but when I am trying with this

/usr/bin/ldapsearch -xZZ  -b 'dc=fosiul,dc=lan'

it does not return any thing.

which means, I need to bind cn=Directory Manager with default ldapsearch , in other words,  I need to tell 389, when some one will search by ssl/tls , use cn=Directory manager as default bind.

but dont understand, which option do i need edit in dse.ldif for this.

Can any one please pleaes help me , I am just stuck on this now .
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