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Make sure that you have the permission to access the monitor and also monitor is enabled

Please read the following on how to enable the openldap monitor
Replace o=stooges with something like OU=US,DC=LDAPSOFT,DC=COM or DC=LDAPSOFT,DC=COM
this is the search base - It is the container containing the computer

Replace cn='test331copy of Curley Howard1'
with cn=computername or distinguishedName='Full Computer DN'
Unfortunately not, may be in future we will try to provide this functionality.
Sorry it can't. You cannot schedule ldap exports with LDAP Admin Tool.
You can't import the list, what you can do is get the cn or dn from the list and construct a statement like this

1) Select FROM o=stooges where cn='test331copy of Curley Howard1' subtreescope

2) Now Click on the SQL button on the top

3) Run the statment, if you get the results change the statement to
DELETE FROM o=stooges where cn='test331copy of Curley Howard1' subtreescope

4) Run the delete statement, confirm the records and click 'Yes'

You will have to do it for all the records in the list

Make sure that you run the statements in the dev environment before running them against production.
This issue has been fixed in 2.6 version, please download the latest from the download page.
If the attributes values are empty or null they are not exported and displayed in the export file.
Only attributes with values are displayed.

If any one record has all the attributes populated, it will display all the attributes in the export file.

Thank you for reporting this issue to us.

This issue has been fixed.

Currently there is no way to set the session keep-alive parameter.
We definitely will look into this request and will try to build this feature into next release.

LDAPSoft Support.
Click the white drop down arrow (tab top-right) and deselect the columns you don't wont to show (Show Size Column, Show Type Column, Show Required Column).

After deselecting the columns, click on the print preview (File Menu), the deselected columns will not appear in the preview.
Installing LDAP Admin Tool on ubuntu is very easy, it comes with linux GUI installer.
Open a terminal window, give the downloaded file executable permission and run the file

Prompt>chmod 775 LdapAdminTool-2.6.x-Linux-x86-Install.bin

This will open the installer, please follow the instructions on the screen.
Try the following Statement

SELECT FROM ou=People,o=my.com where buildingName like 'mycity%' and JobFunctionCode= 'LRD'

whenever there is wildcard character you have to use like.

Current version only supports simple sql statements, no joins.
So you can't do it with sql.

The other option is the LDIF export and import.

You can.

Some example formats and their results are:

"yyyy.MM.dd G 'at' HH:mm:ss" --> 2001.07.04 AD at 12:08:56
"EEE, MMM d, ''yy" --> Wed, Jul 4, '01
"h:mm a" --> 12:08 PM
"hh 'o''clock' a" --> 12 o'clock PM
"K:mm a, z" --> 0:08 PM, PDT
"yyyyy.MMMMM.dd GGG hh:mm aaa" --> 02001.July.04 AD 12:08 PM
"EEE, d MMM yyyy HH:mm:ss Z" --> Wed, 4 Jul 2001 12:08:56 -0700
"yyMMddHHmmssZ" --> 010704120856-0700
You can change the format of the display date through preferences.

Click Options|Preferences|Select General from left hand navigation tree

Change the DateFormat(Export and Table View) to MM/dd/yy hh:mm:ss
You can get to them from Help|Welcome menu

Click the Test Connection to Ldapsoft test server.....
We currently don't provide an aci/acl editor, you can edit the aci field using text editor.
Are you connected as anonymous users?

If you are, most directories/admin restricts the #of entries returned for anonymous users.

Trying login with an admin account and see if you can get more than 500 entries.
This issue is fixed in release 2.4, please download the latest version from download the page.
To remove or set the value of an attribute to null, select the attribute value --> right click --> delete

This will remove the current attribute (set the attribute value to null) or if the attribute is multi-value attribute it will remove the current value.
We are currently working on the release 2.4 which will provide Ldap Page Control Support (Which will allow you to retrieve more than 1000 records from active directory).
The expected release date of 2.4 is August 25, 2008
We are currently working on the release 2.4 which will convert the values - expected release date is August 25, 2008.
You need to download LDAP Admin Tool to export in csv and excel format


Click the Trial download
Actually the error is not the file read error but you are missing the "-" at the end

It should look like this - make sure that you don't have any space after "-"

dn: uid=D102559,ou=People,o=jpmorgan.com
changetype: modify
replace: userPassword
userPassword: testpw01
Are u verifying the password using password editor? userpassword attribute --> type the password in the verify box and click verify

I tried the following on our test ldap and was able to verify both of them.

UPDATE ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges SET userPassword='newpassword'

UPDATE ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges SET userPassword='{SHA}VJlSQ5MNOHSTwmtJhSY3ooXON80='
You can maintain those account using sql commands like this from the LDAP Admin tool sql window.

Update Container set accountenableflag=true where semester='Fall'
Please upgrade to update2, either from the Help|Check for updates menu or directly downloading the latest version from the website.
There was a bug due to which the dialog was not popping up and is fixed in update 2.
In that case, make sure that the attribute already exist
and modify your ldif like this For e.g to add the old value to attribute 'oldemail'

dn: cn=Larry Fine,ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges
changetype: modify
replace: mail
mail: test@test.com

dn: cn=Larry Fine,ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges
changetype: modify
add: oldemail
oldemail: oldemailaddress.com

dn: cn=Moe Howard,ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges
changetype: modify
replace: mail
mail: test@test.com

Please make sure that you are updating the correct entries.
You can update those entries using ldif modify

To update the entries follow the following steps:

1. Select top level container which contains all the entries
2. Right Click Context Menu - Export - LDIF Export
3. Select 'Select from the List ...' from the Returning Attributes drop down
4. Check mail attribute from the dialog and click ok
5. Click 'Finish' to export the results.
6. Modify the ldif file with new email addresses and add the lines

changetype: modify
replace: mail

(Make sure about "-" and the space between the entries) - You ldif file should look like the following
(except the dn and mail attribute values)

#Start of file (Donot copy this line)

dn: cn=Larry Fine,ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges
changetype: modify
replace: mail
mail: test@test.com

dn: cn=Moe Howard,ou=MemberGroupA,o=stooges
changetype: modify
replace: mail
mail: test@test.com

#End of file (Donot copy this line)

7. Save the file
8. Make sure that you are modifying the correct entries (first try only with one entry)
9. Select Import|Ldif Import from the top menu
10. Select the correct file to import and click start importing.
Try running the same sql a few time with subtreescope and skip all errors
for e.g. DELETE FROM o=stooges subtreescope

It will delete the child records in each run and will eventually delete the container

(Please always make sure that you are deleting the correct entries)
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