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OceanStor 9000 V5 7.0 Command Reference 03

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change domain ldap_bindpwd

change domain ldap_bindpwd

Function

The change domain ldap_bindpwd command is used to change the password of a user that is bound with the LDAP domain.

Format

change domain ldap_bindpwd <bind_dn> [ bindlevel=? ] [ bind_using_AD_cred=? ] [ bind_timelimit=? ]

Parameters

Parameter

Description

Value

bind_dn The bind DN of LDAP.

The value consists of 1 to 255 characters.

ldap_bindpwd The password of a user that is bound with the LDAP domain.

The value consists of 1 to 63 characters.

bindlevel Way of binding the storage array with the LDAP server.

The value can be "simple" or "SASL", where:

  • "simple": simple authentication method.
  • "SASL": SASL authentication method.
bindlevel Way of binding the storage array with the LDAP server.

The value can be "simple" or "SASL", where:

  • "simple": simple authentication method.
  • "SASL": SASL authentication method.
bindlevel Way of binding the storage array with the LDAP server.

The value can be "simple" or "SASL", where:

  • "simple": simple authentication method.
  • "SASL": SASL authentication method.
bind_using_AD_cred Whether to use the AD domain account to bind.

The value can be "true" or "false", where:

  • "true": use the AD domain account to bind.
  • "false": does not use the AD domain account to bind.
bind_using_AD_cred Whether to use the AD domain account to bind.

The value can be "true" or "false", where:

  • "true": use the AD domain account to bind.
  • "false": does not use the AD domain account to bind.
bind_using_AD_cred Whether to use the AD domain account to bind.

The value can be "true" or "false", where:

  • "true": use the AD domain account to bind.
  • "false": does not use the AD domain account to bind.
bind_using_AD_cred Whether to use the AD domain account to bind.

The value can be "true" or "false", where:

  • "true": use the AD domain account to bind.
  • "false": does not use the AD domain account to bind.
bind_using_AD_cred Whether to use the AD domain account to bind.

The value can be "true" or "false", where:

  • "true": use the AD domain account to bind.
  • "false": does not use the AD domain account to bind.
bind_using_AD_cred Whether to use the AD domain account to bind.

The value can be "true" or "false", where:

  • "true": use the AD domain account to bind.
  • "false": does not use the AD domain account to bind.
bind_timelimit Timeout threshold of setting up connections between a client and server.

The value is an integer ranging from 1 to 2147483647.

Level

Device administrator

Usage Guidelines

None.

Example

Change the password of a user that is bound with the LDAP domain.

admin:/>change domain ldap_bindpwd cn=user2,ou=u,dc=company,dc=com bindlevel=simple bind_using_AD_cred=true bind_timelimit=2
Please enter your new password:*********
Please enter your new password again:*********
Command executed successfully.

System Response

None

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Updated: 2019-05-07

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