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View existing users in Ubuntu Phpldapadmin

Posted on 2014-02-07
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I have created few users in Phpldapadmin, but I can not view them.
initially created OUs, then groups, the users that are members of groups.

but I cannot view users that have been created.

Any idea?

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Mazdajai earned 500 total points
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Did you create them in the web gui and where are you looking at?
Take a look of the following and post if you see any errors -
http://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/377952:manage-ldap-data-with-phpldapadmin
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I will check the link later
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