Actually, FreeIPA&bind-dynd-ldap use idnszoneactive attribute (TRUE/FALSE) to
define which zones are active and which are not.
On 09/04/2014 02:23 PM, Chris Whittle wrote:
> Look at nsaccountlock if it's TRUE then they are disabled.
> On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 7:20 AM, Sebastian Leitz <sebastian.le...@etes.de>
>> I am trying to use bind-dyndb-ldap to connect my BIND to an LDAP server
>> for zones. I have a tiny question regarding this and both the project
>> website and the kind people on #freeipa IRC directed me to this list. I
>> hope someone is here who can answer my question. Sorry for intruding if I'm
>> not asking in the correct place.
>> For technical reasons we need to be able to filter zones in LDAP according
>> to some flags, e.g. 'enabled'.
>> Other services usually provide a config option to include LDAP search
>> filters in every query, like
>> ldap_search_filter = (enabled=1)
>> Unfortunately, I can't find anything like this in the README file of
>> bind-dyndb-ldap. Does anybody know of a way to pass a search filter to LDAP?
>> Thanks in advance,
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