korb at qisc.com
Mon Jul 28 16:47:02 CEST 2003
I defer to David Shaw as the definitive expert on this, but I did just
this for a customer earlier this year. The problem is that full support
of a non-PGP Corporation LDAP server has not yet been integrated into a
production release of GnuPG. I was able to modify the schema of our
iPlanet/SunONE LDAP server and get the commercial PGP client to work with
it fine, but not so to this point with GnuPG.
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On 7/27/03, 11:02:32 PM, Divya Sundaram <divya at avnika.com> wrote regarding
> Hi all,
> Perhaps this is not the correct place to ask, but I'd like to
> give it a shot anyways.
> At my work, we have a large LDAP Directory deployed and we'd like
> to work at integrating the PGP/GnuPG keystore with the LDAP Directory.
> Two questions come to mind:
> (1) What are my options if I wished to run an open-source PGP/GnuPG
> Key store?
> (2) How do I integrate it with the LDAP Directory?
> (3) Is there any way to use the LDAP Server as a Key Store itself?
> PGP claims there is and sent me some docs. However, the information
> contained was inadequate.
> I have a fair bit of expertise with LDAP and a little knowledge of
> PGP and GnuPG. I would like to find some answers to the above and
> (since I do expect them to be lacking) see if I can help with filling
> the gaps to make the solution more savory.
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