[Samba] LDAP Account Manager 6.7 with YubiKey 2FA and extended Bind DLZ support

Roland Gruber post at rolandgruber.de
Mon Mar 25 20:09:19 UTC 2019

LDAP Account Manager (LAM) 6.7 - March 25th, 2019

LAM is a web frontend for managing accounts stored in an LDAP directory.


YubiKey server is supported as 2-factor authentication provider for LAM
login. The bind DLZ module supports DNAME and XFR records. LAM is also
compatible with PHP 7.3 and can log to a remote syslog server. In
addition, multiple fields were added to self service and you can
configure its base URL for email sending. There is also a new Shadow
account expiration notification job.

Full changelog:





* management of various account types
 * Unix
 * Samba 4/Active Directory
 * Asterisk
 * Kopano/Zarafa
 * SSH keys
 * ...
* profiles for account creation
* account creation via file upload
* automatic creation/deletion of home directories
* setting quotas
* PDF output for all accounts
* editor for organizational units
* schema browser
* tree view
* multiple configuration files
* multi-language support: Catalan, Chinese (Traditional + Simplified),
  Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese,
  Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish and Turkish
* support for LDAP+SSL/TLS

Demo installation:

You can try our demo installation online.



If you find a bug please file a bug report. For questions or
implementing new features please use the mailinglist and feature request
tracker at our homepage https://www.ldap-account-manager.org.

Authors & Copyright:

Copyright (C) 2003 - 2019:
Roland Gruber <post at rolandgruber.de>

LAM is published under the GNU General Public License.
The complete list of licenses can be found in the copyright file.

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