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markdavidburke / api_gw.py
Created May 27, 2022 — forked from tbell83/api_gw.py
generate terraform apigateway resources from oas3.0 json export
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#!/usr/local/bin/python
# this script will export the API gateway config as an Open API 3.0 json blob
# and then create the appropriate terraform resources
import json
from subprocess import run as sp_run
import boto3
profile_name = 'dev'
output_file = 'terraform/regional/api_gw_methods.tf'
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markdavidburke / README.md
Created Feb 28, 2018 — forked from magnetikonline/README.md
Enable LDAP over SSL (LDAPS) for Microsoft Active Directory servers.
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Enable LDAP over SSL (LDAPS) for Microsoft Active Directory servers

By default Microsoft active directory servers will offer LDAP connections over unencrypted connections (boo!).

The steps below will create a new self signed certificate appropriate for use with and thus enabling LDAPS for an AD server. Of course the "self-signed" portion of this guide can be swapped out with a real vendor purchased certificate if required.

Steps have been tested successfully with Windows Server 2012R2, but should work with Windows Server 2008 without modification. Will require both a system with OpenSSL (ideally Linux/OSX) and (obviously) a Windows Active Directory server.