[Samba] Second user password.
vlamsdoem at gmail.com
Fri Mar 19 03:29:09 MDT 2010
Ok that could do the trick but I don't find it so handy.
My idea was to create a common second password for each user after it was
created in the ldap database.
This password would only be known by the sysadmin and allow him to log in
without any modification to the user environment when it's needed.
In short: I would like to create one login with 2 passwords.
Password A would only be known by the user.
Password B only known by the sysadmin.
In this way the sysadmin can avoid to ask password A of the user if he must
work in his environment.
2010/3/16 Gaiseric Vandal <gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com>
> On 03/16/2010 09:38 AM, Vincent Zakofski wrote:
>> I'm using samba with ldap backend and I would like to know if there's a
>> to add a second password to a user account.
>> I need this to work in the user environment without asking him his
>> If it's not possible, is there a way to test the user environment without
>> user intervention?
>> Thanks for your help.
> I would think the simplest thing would probably be to use a GUI LDAP
> browser (you could use the command line ldap tools) to copy the user's
> password to a text file for backup, change the password to something you
> know, then copy the old password back when done.
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