Account Management Tools
IDEALX Management Console
Samba Console is the first console developped for IMC. It offers a simple and ergonomic interface for managing a Samba domain controler. The goal is to give a better experience to the new Linux administrators that need to manage a production Samba server from anywhere using a simple web browser.
LAM - LDAP Account Management Tool
(from their release of 3/1/2006) LDAP Account Manager (LAM) 1.0.0 - March 1st, 2006
A web frontend for managing accounts stored in an LDAP directory.
This release introduces a new architecture which supports more account types than just users, groups and hosts. There are also two new translations: Traditional Chinese and Dutch
- management of Unix user and group accounts (posixAccount/posixGroup)
- management of Samba 2.x/3 user and host accounts
- management of Kolab 2 accounts (kolabInetorgPerson)
- 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 (OU)
- schema browser
- tree view
- multiple configuration files
- multi-language support (Catalan, Chinese, Dutch, English, French,
German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Spanish)
- support for LDAP+SSL
This software is available under the GNU General Public License V2.0.
You can get the newest version at http://lam.sf.net. It may take some time until you can download the files from all mirrors.
File formats: DEB, RPM, tar.gz
There is also a FreeBSD port.
Debian users may also use the packages in Debian unstable.
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 forum and feature request tracker at our Sourceforge homepage http://www.sf.net/projects/lam.
Authors & Copyright:
Copyright (C) 2003 - 2006: Michael Duergner <firstname.lastname@example.org> Roland Gruber <email@example.com> Tilo Lutz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
LAM is published under the GNU General Public License. The comlete list of licenses can be found in the copyright file.
(I personally use this myself - the LDAP Users and Groups Module)
Manage users and groups stored in an LDAP database, used for Unix, Samba and Cyrus IMAP authentication.