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openSUSE 11.1 Reference Guide
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26.6 Browsing the LDAP Directory Tree

To browse the LDAP directory tree and all its entries conveniently, use the YaST LDAP Browser:

  1. Log in as root.

  2. Start YaST > Network Services > LDAP Browser.

  3. Enter the address of the LDAP server, the Administrator DN, and the password for the Root DN of this server if you need both, to read and write the data stored on the server.

    Alternatively, choose Anonymous Access and do not provide the password to gain read access to the directory.

    The LDAP Tree tab displays the content of the LDAP directory to which your machine connected. Click items to unfold their subitems.

    Figure 26-11 Browsing the LDAP Directory Tree

  4. To view any entry in detail, select it in the LDAP Tree view and open the Entry Data tab.

    All attributes and values associated with this entry are displayed.

    Figure 26-12 Browsing the Entry Data

  5. To change the value of any of these attributes, select the attribute, click Edit, enter the new value, click Save, and provide the Root DN password when prompted.

  6. Leave the LDAP browser with Close.

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