Source code for ldap3.extend.microsoft.modifyPassword

"""
"""

# Created on 2015.11.27
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# Author: Giovanni Cannata
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from ... import MODIFY_REPLACE, MODIFY_DELETE, MODIFY_ADD
from ...utils.log import log, log_enabled, PROTOCOL
from ...core.results import RESULT_SUCCESS
from ...utils.dn import safe_dn
from ...utils.conv import to_unicode


[docs]def ad_modify_password(connection, user_dn, new_password, old_password, controls=None): # old password must be None to reset password with sufficient privileges if connection.check_names: user_dn = safe_dn(user_dn) if str is bytes: # python2, converts to unicode new_password = to_unicode(new_password) if old_password: old_password = to_unicode(old_password) encoded_new_password = ('"%s"' % new_password).encode('utf-16-le') if old_password: # normal users must specify old and new password encoded_old_password = ('"%s"' % old_password).encode('utf-16-le') result = connection.modify(user_dn, {'unicodePwd': [(MODIFY_DELETE, [encoded_old_password]), (MODIFY_ADD, [encoded_new_password])]}, controls) else: # admin users can reset password without sending the old one result = connection.modify(user_dn, {'unicodePwd': [(MODIFY_REPLACE, [encoded_new_password])]}, controls) if not connection.strategy.sync: _, result = connection.get_response(result) else: result = connection.result # change successful, returns True if result['result'] == RESULT_SUCCESS: return True # change was not successful, raises exception if raise_exception = True in connection or returns the operation result, error code is in result['result'] if connection.raise_exceptions: from ...core.exceptions import LDAPOperationResult if log_enabled(PROTOCOL): log(PROTOCOL, 'operation result <%s> for <%s>', result, connection) raise LDAPOperationResult(result=result['result'], description=result['description'], dn=result['dn'], message=result['message'], response_type=result['type']) return False