well if your ldap supports using the ldif tool you can create a ldif file and import that file straight into the ldap and it will create the users and all



this is just an example

version: 1




NOTE: you must edit this file before importing it and replace all
occurrences of the default suffix "dc=yourco,dc=com" with the suffix
that your LDAP server is configured for.



dn: dc=yourco,dc=com

objectclass: domain

objectclass: top


Add lines according to this scheme that correspond to your suffix

dc: yourco,dc=com

dc: yourco



dn: cn=users,dc=yourco,dc=com

objectclass: container

objectclass: top

cn: users



dn: cn=groups,dc=yourco,dc=com

objectclass: top

objectclass: container

cn: groups



dn: uid=wpsadmin,cn=users,dc=yourco,dc=com

objectclass: organizationalPerson

objectclass: person

objectclass: top

objectclass: inetOrgPerson

uid: wpsadmin

userpassword: wpsadmin

sn: admin

givenName: wps

cn: wps admin


dn: uid=wpsbind,cn=users,dc=yourco,dc=com

objectclass: top

objectclass: person

objectclass: organizationalPerson

objectclass: inetOrgPerson

uid: wpsbind

userpassword: wpsbind

sn: bind

givenName: wps

cn: wps bind



dn: cn=wpsadmins,cn=groups,dc=yourco,dc=com

objectclass: groupOfUniqueNames

objectclass: top

uniquemember: uid=wpsadmin,cn=users,dc=yourco,dc=com

cn: wpsadmins




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