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    Test Server for SOHO and debate around OpenLDAP


    Hello all .....

    I plan to set up a test server "type" for a company of 10 users approximatively.

    I chose CentOS for centralized docs.

    In general, if I can find many howto for SSH, FTP, Apache+PHP+MySQL, Postfix & Dovecot, SAMBA, OpenLDAP is not necessarily addressed.

    So my question is : Do you think that authentification by LDAP is necessary for SOHO with 10 users ?
    In SOHO, OpenLDAP whenever it is deployed ?

    Is it possible, in year 2008, that enterprise under Linux, run without OpenLDAP ?
    Often is it possible that companies under M$ run without a active directory.

    Thanks a lot

    PS : Sorry for my poor english

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    Yes, its possible. For 10 users, it'll be nice.

    You might consider using Fedora Directory Server instead of OpenLDAP, I found it easier to use.

    Other than that, go for it.
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