1. NS Enterprise 3.0 and Server Acct Mgmt
I am running NS Enterprise 3.0 on Solaris, and I've been looking for a
way to let users update their own account information, without giving
them access to the full Administration Server Users and Groups
interface, which would also let a user update every other person's
information in addition to their own.
After digging around the directory structure a little, I found a
Underneath this directory is are /bin and a /html/en directories. The
/bin holds compiled code and the html holds html pages. By starting the
CGI script /bin/index in the browser, you get a 3-frame interface (top
is title, left is menu, right is content) which looks like it might be
exactly the type of user account management application I've been
looking for--but I can't make it work!
I found that moving the application around to a place where it would be
more convienient to map to caused it to dump core (no idea why), so I
left it in place and created a mapping right to it.
Now, when I click the "Password" or "Personal Information" items on the
menu, the content frame says that "An error occurred while contacting
the LDAP server."
1. Has anyone configured this application to work for them?
2. Do I have to use the Directory Server, or can I use the local
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