[Seattle-SAGE] AD-> OpenLDAP migration

Robin Battey zanfur at zanfur.com
Sat Jul 23 14:41:44 PDT 2005


Thanks!  This looks like exactly what I need.

Cheers,
-robin

On Fri, Jul 22, 2005 at 05:54:42PM -0700, Scott McDermott wrote:
> Robin Battey wrote:
> >In his never-ending quest to vanquish the mighty Standards Non-Compliancy
> >Demons in Sysadmin-land, the king of the land has once again taken up his
> >lance and strode out to conquer the mighty demons of the day, this time
> >the demon called Active Directory.  However, before he can safely destroy
> >this particular demon, he must first coax the demon to give up the keys to
> >the kingdom:  The usernames and passwords, in the form of an OpenLDAP ldif
> >file, or any other format that OpenLDAP will accept for importing.
> 
> You can export an LDIF from a Windows server using LDIFDE. There's an 
> article in the Microsoft KB about it:
> 
> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;237677
> 
> I used this to help figure out how to create users in AD via LDAP.
> 
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> Scott McDermott
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