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Fedora Directory Server

Fedora Directory Server has a wiki page on integrating with Samba. See [1]


OpenLDAP is a widely used LDAP server in Linux environments. It can do a lot of things for all sorts of needs. Samba can use it as a storage backend for accounts and mappings from Windows (TM) SIDs to unix UID/GID. OpenLDAP can also be used to controll mail delivery and other things. You can find OpenLDAP at [[2]]

GUI Tools

LAM [3] - A web frontend to maintain accounts for unix and samba in an ldap server
phpldapadmin [4]
Webmin [[5]]
ldapadmin [[6]] - Ldap Admin is free Win32 application for managing LDAP directories.
LDAP Browser \Editor [[7]] - A Java tool. It is quite old, but still usefull (I use it every time I have to implement a new LDAP tree)

--Whitecraig 07:51, 2 March 2006 (CST)