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Nice and simple application to manage users and groups in multiple directory services.
A demo is accessible here: https://ldapcherry.kakwalab.ovh
The credentials are:
as administrator: admin/admin
as user: user/user
Please take note that it's not possible to modify/delete the 'admin' and 'user' users.
Also take note that the service will be reseted once per day.
LdapCherry is a CherryPY application to manage users and groups in multiple directory services.
Its main features are:
manage multiple directories/databases backends in an unified way
roles management (as in "groups of groups")
self modification of some selected fields by normal (non administrator) users
nice bootstrap interface
modular through pluggable authentication, password policy and backend modules
LdapCherry is not limited to ldap, it can handle virtually any user backend (ex: SQL database, htpasswd file, etc) through the proper plugin (provided that it is implemented ^^).
LdapCherry also aims to be as simple as possible to deploy: no crazy dependencies, few configuration files, extensive debug logs and full documentation.
The default backend plugins permit to manage Ldap and Active Directory.
# clone the repository $ git clone https://github.com/kakwa/ldapcherry && cd ldapcherry # change the directory where to put the configuration (default: /etc) $ export SYSCONFDIR=/etc # change the directory where to put the resource (default: /usr/share) $ export DATAROOTDIR=/usr/share/ # install ldapcherry $ python setup.py # edit configuration files $ vi /etc/ldapcherry/ldapcherry.ini $ vi /etc/ldapcherry/roles.yml $ vi /etc/ldapcherry/attributes.yml # launch ldapcherry $ ldapcherryd -c /etc/ldapcherry/ldapcherry.ini -D
LdapCherry is published under the MIT Public License.