vserver services name-service ldap modify
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Modify an LDAP configuration
Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.
vserver services name-service ldap modify command modifies an LDAP client configuration’s association with a Vserver.
Make sure that you remove 'ldap' from the Vserver’s
-vserver <Vserver Name>- Vserver
This parameter specifies the Vserver with which you want to associate the LDAP client configuration. A data Vserver or admin Vserver can be specified.
[-client-config <text>]- LDAP Client Configuration
This parameter specifies the name of the LDAP client configuration, defined under
vserver services name-service ldap clientcommand, that you want to associate with the Vserver. The value of the bind-as-cifs-server parameter on this LDAP client should be false if the CIFS server of the associated data Vserver does not exist or exists in workgroup mode.
[-skip-config-validation <true>]- Skip Configuration Validation
Use this parameter to skip the LDAP configuration validation.
The LDAP client configuration, specified by the
-client-configparameter, that you want to associate with the Vserver is validated to verify that at least one of the LDAP servers is reachable, and is providing LDAP services.
The validation fails if ONTAP was unable to connect to any LDAP server with the specified
The following example modifies the LDAP client configuration used by Vserver "vs1" to "corpnew":
cluster1::> vserver services name-service ldap modify -vserver vs1 -client-config corpnew