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  •  04 Apr 2003 03:55

Release Notes: This version adds small fixes/enhancements to the synced setting of Samba password and timestamps.

  •  03 Apr 2003 04:53

Release Notes: Some changes were made to the schema viewer and HTML generation. The code was cleaned up and various small fixes were made.

  •  17 Mar 2003 18:31

Release Notes: This release adds more HTML enhancements, fixes for handling of object classes without names, group administration, and signal handling in FastCGI mode, and an example of how to use the CGI-BIN wrapper.

  •  22 Feb 2003 16:59

Release Notes: Description for LDAP syntaxes is displayed as link text in the schema browser. Some minor improvements were made to the entry input form. shadowLastChange is set if entry is of object class shadowAccount.

  •  20 Nov 2002 12:05

Release Notes: Schema support was improved. Some changes were made in the user interface. Several fixes were made.

  •  17 Oct 2002 12:50

Release Notes: The filter string for searching user entry during login is editable in the login form. There are some other small fixes.

  •  03 Oct 2002 21:37

Release Notes: Support for setting Samba-password attribute ntPassword, fixes for group administration, and some other minor fixes.

  •  12 Jul 2002 23:49

Release Notes: Legends are now printed with all groups in [groupadm], all commands can be addressed via LDAP URL, DNs are now treated as opaque, and reconnecting works once again.

  •  04 Jul 2002 16:05

Release Notes: Enhanced handling of search root input parameters throughout the whole UI, and minor fixes.

  •  22 Jun 2002 10:15

Release Notes: This release adds a new configuration parameter which allows you to explicitly request and edit operational attributes, and other small changes and fixes.


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