Tuesday, September 28, 2021

[389-users] Re: passwordAdminDN help

> On Sep 28, 2021, at 6:09 PM, Mark Reynolds <mreynolds@redhat.com> wrote:
> You are not, you set it up correctly. One thing you did not list was that you are supposed to add an aci that allows that group to update the userpassword attribute, but that would not explain the constraint violation. It could be a bug.
> One quick question, are you also using a subtree/local password policy that might be conflicting with the global password policy? Local policies override the global policy.
> Mark


Thank you for the quick response!

I do have an aci set up and I can update passwords as uid=selectivesync389,ou=svc_accts,dc=domain,dc=org if I pass in a plain text password.

I don't believe we have a subtree/local policy but we did import this data from an ancient 389 install that we're upgrading from. Does this answer your question? We dabbled a bit in local policies a few years ago but finally just set policies globally in cn=config. That knowledge is old but my notes say this should return subtree/local policies:

morgan@woodrow-2 ~ % ldapsearch -LLL -H ldaps://tstds21.domain -D cn=directory\ manager -x -w pass '(objectclass=passwordpolicy)'
morgan@woodrow-2 ~ %

please correct me if my search is wrong.



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