On 9/22/20 9:42 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?
In the meantime I figured out the answer to my question. I can change
the default password storage scheme like this (this is global policy):
dsconf INSTANCENAME pwpolicy set --pwdscheme PWDSCHEME
This way I reverted to another scheme that freeradius understands. When
a user performs a bind, the userPassword will be overwritten using the
new default scheme. So no password change is necessary, only a bind :-)
This is on RHEL8, 389-ds-base-22.214.171.124-8
> Thanks: Laszlo
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