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Novell - Non-SSL Password Request/Response Controls in Java

I need to change the password of a user through Admin and then check the password policy of that user for admin reset. I have configured Universal Password for the server. I am not being able to find the Password Request/Response Controls in Java for Novell which do not require SSL. Could anybody please help?
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Re: Novell - Non-SSL Password Request/Response Controls in Java

On 05/08/2015 02:56 AM, sayalimahajan wrote:
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> I need to change the password of a user through Admin and then check the
> password policy of that user for admin reset. I have configured


What do you mean to check the policy "for admin reset"? There are some
settings related to an admin reset defined on the UP policy; what about
them are you checking, and why?

> Universal Password for the server. I am not being able to find the
> Password Request/Response Controls in Java for Novell which do not
> require SSL. Could anybody please help?


If you are using the NMAS controls for LDAP then you likely need SSL, or
at least to use the StartTLS option, as everything happening deals with
passwords. By default eDirectory ships with SSL setup and available for
the LDAP(S) services, so using SSL shouldn't be too tricky. If there is a
reason you cannot use it, sharing that may be worthwhile too.

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Good luck.

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