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From Ike Ikonne <>
Subject Re: where is can I change the ApacheDS admin credential
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2012 22:24:04 GMT
Hi Kiran,

Thanks so much, now, is there a documentation for this so that I may 
familiarize myself with
the stuff in config.ldif.  All the documentation that I still see is based 
on server.xml format.  Basically,
where can I get a document that explains the structure and stuff in 
config.ldif and also how I may
go about editing/modifying the default entries in config.ldif.



From:   Kiran Ayyagari <>
Date:   07/26/2012 11:54 AM
Subject:        Re: where is can I change the ApacheDS admin credential
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On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 9:23 PM, Ike Ikonne <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I recently upgraded my ApacheDS to version ApacheDS-2.0.0-M7, I am 
> a hard time finding a place where to change the default admin credential
> from
> secret to something else. In the prior version of ApacheDS that I had, I
> was able
> to do this in the server.xml, but now we have the config.ldif.  I have
> searched the
> ApacheDS site, but could not see any documentation regarding the
> config.ldif.
> Could someone point me to where I can get the documentation regarding 
> config.ldif and also the current location where I could change the 
> admin
> credential?  Also, where do a specify the keystore for  ApacheDS to use.
directly change the userPassword attribute of the entry 
this password is not stored in config.ldif

and for the keystore
goto the entry 

and add the below attributes

> Thanks,
> Ike

Kiran Ayyagari

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