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New individual accounts have a
calnetUid attribute in
LDAP which is used for
changing passwords online, querying CalNet when running
`check`, and producing aggregate counts of
the number of members by university affiliation.
Similarly, group accounts have a
Old accounts, especially if previously disabled, may be missing the
callinkOid attribute. Please add it when enabling accounts.
If unknown or a group other than a registered student organization, set it
0 is still useful for distinguishing between individuals and
groups based on the attribute name.
Occasionally, it is useful to allow someone to reset a group account password online when they are not a signatory, namely when the account is not for a registered student organization. This is done by associating the user's CalNet ID with the account record in LDAP.
Open the LDAP record for editing.
$ kinit <staffusername>/admin ldapvi uid=<username>
After looking up the user's UID in the University directory, add it to the record with a line like this:
Save the file to update LDAP. Now, the user can change the account password online.
CalNet association is only meant to be temporary and must be reverted once the
password has been reset by removing this line. It can cause problems with
individual/group acount detection in scripts if an account has both
calnetUid fields. If an account is associated in an RT
ticket, leave the ticket open until the password has been reset and the account