We use this one:
Seems to do the job quite happily.
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On 12 October 2015 at 17:13, Mark Hammons <mark.hammons(a)inaf.cnrs-gif.fr>
I've set up 389-ds, and so far it works well, but I'd like to let users be
able to change their own passwords/user info on the directory server on a
webpage, and hopefully in a simple manner (the users are biologists,
they don't need to know stuff like OU, DN, etc.) Is there a good web
interface for this or do I just need to write one myself?
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