From: Andrew D. Bialock <andy@hg...> - 2002-12-28 22:28:20
> My sample user dn looks like "cn=Joe User,ou=people,dc=shcorp,dc=com". I
> try clicking on the "change ldap password" option but always get "You must
> be logged in to access this page". Any idea what might be going wrong?
You are not doing anything wrong. You just didn't search the list far
enough. You need to
remove (comment out) the line in the options.php file:
As this is now handled differently. However, this will not fix your
The following is for version 1.2 of the change_ldappass plugin with
1.2.10 version of
You must add in another line to get it to work properly and find your
from the cookie in order to compare with the one you typed. Add this line:
right after the line:
Now you can get past the problem of not being able to successfully
compare the new
password with the old password.
Next, be sure that if you are not using the "Manager" account to make
the changes (and I
suggest you do not) that you set the 'ldap_base_dn' to
ou=people,dc=shcorp,dc=com rather than dc=shcorp,dc=com because the line
that the pluggin 'binds' with is:
Which would fail with your current setup because it would try to connect as:
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