Unfortunately you can't because Cockpit calls the DS CLI tools (dsconf, dsctl, etc) which must be run as a privileged user in order to work correctly.
I would like to grant a non-privileged user (cannot sudo to root) access to 389-ds configuration in Cockpit. (I've googled a _lot_ for this and can't find any way to do it).
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