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Welcome back to this three-party journey to getting OpenLDAP up and running so that you can authenticate your Linux desktop machines to the LDAP server. In part one, we installed OpenLDAP on Ubuntu Server 18.04 and added our first LDAP entries to the directory tree via the Command Line Interface (CLI).

The process of manually adding data can be cumbersome and isn’t for everyone. If you have staff members that work better with a handy GUI tool, you’re in luck, as there is a very solid web-based tool that makes entering new users a snap. That tool is the LDAP Account Manager (LAM).

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