How to Authenticate a Linux Desktop to Your OpenLDAP Server

Monday Apr 15th 2019 by Jack Wallen

Linux.com: The ultimate goal of using LDAP (in many cases) is enabling desktop authentication.

WIth OpenLDAP, you can manage your users on a centralized directory server and connect the authentication of every Linux desktop on your network to that server. And since you already have OpenLDAP and the LDAP Authentication Manager setup and running, the hard work is out of the way. At this point, there is just a few quick steps to enabling those Linux desktops to authentication with that server.

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