On Mon, 2015-02-23 at 11:37 -0800, JToThe DBizzle wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have installed Review Board 1.7 on a Centos 6 server using YUM. I 
> am having difficulty getting AD authentication working, I have used 
> Active directory and LDAP and each time I get an error with the 
> domain controller's certificate. If I connect without using TLS I am 
> told that it is required. I have copied the ca root certificate cert 
> onto the server and imported it by copying it to /etc/pki/ca-
> trust/source/anchors/ and running the command update-ca-trust 
> extract.
> Currently while testing with LDAP I get the error TLS error -
> 8179:Peer's Certificate issuer is not recognized. I have read that 
> this possible could be an issue in the version and that upgrading to 
> version 2.x could resolve it however there are no updates available 
> using yum.
> I have been thrashing around with this for some time now so I needed 
> to reach out for some help.
I don't think update-ca-trust works with libldap on CentOS 6.
You probably need to drop the server certificate into  
/etc/openldap/certs/ and then run
cacertdir_rehash  /etc/openldap/certs/
It should work after that.

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