Account Management Tools

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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 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.

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 forum and feature request tracker at our Sourceforge homepage

Authors & Copyright:

Copyright (C) 2003 - 2006: Michael Duergner <> Roland Gruber <> Tilo Lutz <>

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.

--Whitecraig 21:03, 1 March 2006 (CST)