Overview#NDS Groups have some peculiar items that make adding a user to a group more difficult than it appears. See More Information On NDS Groups for the details.
The GroupFixTool will fix most of these "peculiar items" on a single or all groups.
Usage#The -L option will list groups and members but NOT perform any operations.
The Group Fix Tool performs the following:
- Reads the Group's "member" attribute values
- Adds any values from Group's "member" attribute to the "equivalentToMe" value if they are missing.
- Checks each user entry in the Group's "member" attribute value and adds the group's DN to the "GroupMembership" and "securityEquals" attributes of the user entry.
What the tool does NOT do:
- Never adds a user entry to a Group's "member" attribute.
- Never removes any values from entry to a Group's "equivalentToMe" attribute.
- Never removes any values from entry to a User's "GroupMembership" attribute.
- Never removes any values from entry to a User's "securityEquals" attribute.
Group Fix Tool Usage#
Usage: java -jar GroupFix.jar [ -dLvA ] [ -e <keystore> ] [ -h <host> ] [ -p <port> ] [ -Z <encrypted connection> ] -D <the DN of the object used for authentication> [ -w <bind password> ] [ -G <groupDN> ] -d enable API debug output - Default=false -e Path to a Java Keystore. A valid certificate in the keystore enables an encrypted TLS connection. See also the -Z option. - Default="" -L Print Groups and Group Members in LDIF format (no operations performed) - Default=false -h host name or IP address. A port can be specified with the host name as hostname:port, i.e. myhost:389. See also the -p option - Default="localhost" -p host IP port number. See also the -h option - Default=389 -v enable verbose output - Default=false -Z sets the type of encrypted connection. A Keystore must be specified with the -e option to enable an encrypted connection. SSL - Establishes an encrypted connection using SSL. The default port is 636 TLS - Establishes an encrypted connection using TLS. The default port is 389 - Default="TLS" -D cn=admin,ou=administration,dc=willeke,dc=com - Required Argument -w the password for the DN of the object used for authentication - Default="" -G the baseDN where groups are or the FDN of a single group - Default="dc=willeke,dc=com" -A True if we should fix ALL groups or false if to fix a single group - Default=falseSo running:
java -jar GroupFix.jar -dvA -h 192.168.1.4 -p 389 -D cn=admin,ou=administration,dc=willeke,dc=com -w secret -G ou=groups,dc=willek,dc=comWould be (d)ebug output, (v)erbose output (A)ll groups on (h)ost 18.104.22.168 on (p)ort 389 binding as (-D) cn=admin,ou=administration,dc=willeke,dc=com with a password of (-w) secret and fixing all (G)roups that are in the container "ou=groups,dc=willek,dc=com"
Download GroupFix.jar#You can freely download the GroupFix GroupFixTool/GroupFix.jar.
Just do not try to make money with it.