Does "client ldap sasl wrapping = sign" specify the min that is allowed or the max we can deal with?

Richard Sharpe realrichardsharpe at
Thu Jul 21 15:27:32 MDT 2011


In looking at the parameter "ldap sasl wrapping" I see the following:

"The client ldap sasl wrapping defines whether ldap traffic will be
signed or signed and encrypted (sealed). Possible values are plain,
sign and seal. "

Is the value specified the minumum that Samba will use, or the max
that it can use?

That is, if I specify "seal" will Samba/Winbindd still work if the ADS
servers use plain or seal?

Richard Sharpe

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