On 9/22/20 6:23 PM, Mark Reynolds wrote:
On 9/22/20 3:42 AM, Tornóci László wrote:
> I recently upgraded my system from RHEL7 to RHEL8, together with
> 389ds. Apparently this has caused to upgrade the storage scheme of the
> user passwords to PBKDF2_SHA256. Everything works fine except
> freeradius does not support this storage scheme at the moment.
> How can I downgrade the storage scheme in 389ds to something that is
> supported by freeradius in such a way, that doesn't force my users to
> change their passwords?
Well first you need to change the scheme in cn=config to something like:
But if passwords are already in PBKDF2, then you will have to reset
those passwords. There is no undoing it without a full reset of the
password at this time.
Yes, that's what the docs say, but a simple bind seems to be enough for
me. I tested this and actually I could go back and forth between storage
schemes using a simple bind. I am very happy with 389ds, its saved my ass...
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