Commit 3a37ec5a authored by Kurt Zeilenga's avatar Kurt Zeilenga
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Disamgimuate {{SECT:Access Control}} links through renaming

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......@@ -270,10 +270,10 @@ Note that by default, the {{slapd}}(8) database grants {{read access
to everybody}} excepting the {{super-user}} (as specified by the
{{EX:rootdn}} configuration directive). It is highly recommended
that you establish controls to restrict access to authorized users.
Access controls are discussed in the {{SECT:Access Control}} section
of {{SECT:The slapd Configuration File}} chapter. You are also
encouraged to read the {{SECT:Security Considerations}}, {{SECT:Using
SASL}} and {{SECT:Using TLS}} sections.
Access controls are discussed in the {{SECT:The access Configuration
Directive}} section of {{SECT:The slapd Configuration File}} chapter.
You are also encouraged to read the {{SECT:Security Considerations}},
{{SECT:Using SASL}} and {{SECT:Using TLS}} sections.
The following chapters provide more detailed information on making,
installing, and running {{slapd}}(8).
......@@ -103,9 +103,9 @@ requires integrity protection for all operations and encryption
protection, 3DES equivalent, for update operations (e.g. add, delete,
modify, etc.). See {{slapd.conf}}(5) for details.
For fine-grained control, SSFs may be used in access controls. See
{{SECT:Access Control}} section of the {{SECT:The slapd Configuration
File}} for more information.
For fine-grained control, SSFs may be used in access controls.
See {{SECT:The access Configuration Directive}} section of the
{{SECT:The slapd Configuration File}} for more information.
H2: Authentication Methods
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......@@ -89,11 +89,11 @@ by actual text are shown in brackets {{EX:<>}}.
H4: access to <what> [ by <who> [<accesslevel>] [<control>] ]+
This directive grants access (specified by <accesslevel>) to a
set of entries and/or attributes (specified by <what>) by one or
more requesters (specified by <who>).
See the {{SECT:Access Control}} section of this chapter for a
summary of basic usage.
This directive grants access (specified by <accesslevel>) to a set
of entries and/or attributes (specified by <what>) by one or more
requesters (specified by <who>). See the {{SECT:The access
Configuration Directive}} section of this chapter for a summary of
basic usage.
!if 0
More details discussion of this directive can be found in the
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