LDAP Account Manager (LAM) manages user, group and host accounts in an LDAP directory. LAM runs on any webserver with PHP7 support and connects to your LDAP server unencrypted or via SSL/TLS.
LAM supports Samba 3/4, Unix, Kopano, Kolab 3, address book entries, NIS mail aliases, MAC addresses and much more. There is a tree viewer included to allow access to the raw LDAP attributes. You can use templates for account creation and use multiple configuration profiles.
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managing user/group/host/domain entries
account creation via file upload
multiple configuration profiles
PDF export for all accounts
manage user/group Quota and create home directories
PHP (>= 7.2.0)
Any standard LDAP server (e.g. OpenLDAP, Active Directory, Samba 4, OpenDJ, 389 Directory Server, Apache DS, ...)
Firefox (max. 2 years old)
Chrome (max. 2 years old)
Edge (max. 2 years old)
Opera (max. 2 years old)
The default password to edit the configuration options is "lam".
LAM is published under the GNU General Public License. The complete list of licenses can be found in the copyright file.
The default password for the LAM configuration is "lam".
The LAM development team