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eDirectory Password Exports


Hi,

Is there a way to export an edirectory password in order to copy the
users from edirectory to another LDAP store?

I have universal password turned on if that matters.


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Re: eDirectory Password Exports

Yes, though typically this is done with something like Identity Manager in
order to be secure and without involving people.

Just exporting passwords of users is against all kinds of security
practices and compliance rules for many organizations. Can you do it?
Sure. Should you? Only if you're really sure, and if organization
leaders understand they may lose a lot of employee trust when somebody
finds out.

http://ldapwiki.willeke.com/wiki/DumpEdirectoryPasswordInformationTool

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Re: eDirectory Password Exports


http://www.dreamlan.com/gadgets.html#ldapSearch is one option.


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