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    Default Where is openldap password file?

    I had setup openldap server completed but i want to know where openldap password file. I want to edit it
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    OpenLDAP use backend to deal with data storage. You will find all directory data stored under one of your current backend. It is not stored in a plain text file for security. All passwords are encrypted.
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    the file where set the password for administration is slapd.conf. you have two option:
    text clear or encrypted follow what you must to do for password encrypted

    slappasswd > generate the password
    New password:
    Re-enter new password:

    {SSHA}lJjCgkZ2c9yT4Ze/T2xZ5oixPok2RSdD

    Insert the key inside file slapd.conf as lines below

    rootpw secret > must be put too
    rootpw {SSHA}lJjCgkZ2c9yT4Ze/T2xZ5oixPok2RSdD

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