On Thu, 12 Jul 2001, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Has gq improved over the last 2 years?
i didn't use it 2 years ago. but it is the best of the gnome ones i
tried. stable, ssl works, you can browse the schemas, etc..
it doesn't yet handle the way LDAP stores non-ASCII chars (such as
accented chars, etc..). neither does it handle write referrals
but all in all, it's quite good.
> And what's directory_administrator?
LDAP user/group admin tool, with emphasis on ease-of-use. ie it has
wizards for creating new users. and it only delas with users and
groups - doesn't allow general LDAP browsing and doesn't show you all
hte attributes of users/groups. kind of thing you might give a
helpdesk to do password resets, or HR people for creating new users.
(if you were a big unix shop, and your HR people used Unix. :) )
> And I don't suppose you know of a _good_, free Win32 LDAP GUI?
> VIM has support for LDAP now? So you can browse and modify
> your LDAP database? And the database schema too?
> Or do you actually _like_ using ldapadd, ldapmodify & friends?
they are fun.
- has anyone gotten SASL working with openldap?
- kerberos: is it worth it?
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