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French, Shelane
We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications. They
are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
through a shell command that looks something like this:

local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H "ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
local('shell') = os_process(
                        '/bin/bash',
                        array('-c', #auth)
                );
                #auth = #shell->read;
                #shell->close;




On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We are
setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.

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RE: running lasso on windows for first time question

Rick Draper-2
Hi Shelane,

As long time Windows based users of Lasso, I recommend that you invest in "PassThru" by Steffan Cline (http://www.execuchoice.net/) if you want to do OS based tasks.  I'm flat out on a project at the moment but if you Google LDAP and Windows, I'm sure you will come up with the elements for the process.



Very best regards,

Rick

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Subject: running lasso on windows for first time question

We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications. They are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication through a shell command that looks something like this:

local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H "ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b "ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
local('shell') = os_process(
                        '/bin/bash',
                        array('-c', #auth)
                );
                #auth = #shell->read;
                #shell->close;




On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We are setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.

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RE: running lasso on windows for first time question

Daniel Logue
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Are you authenticating to a Windows domain controller?  You may want to
consider using lasso's built-in ldap type.

I dug up a tag I wrote quite a while ago, and I seem to remember it
working quite well:

[

define_tag(
        'ldap_authenticate',
        -required='username',
        -required='password'
);
        local(
                'ldap'=ldap
        );
        #ldap->open('yourserver.domain');
        protect;
                handle_error;
                        return(false);
                /handle_error;
                #ldap->authenticate(#username,#password);
                return(true);
        /protect;
/define_tag;

]

Usage:
[
ldap_authenticate(
        -username='test@'yourserver.domain',
        -password='test'
);
]

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[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of French, Shelane
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 3:03 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: running lasso on windows for first time question

We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications.
They
are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
through a shell command that looks something like this:

local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H
"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
local('shell') = os_process(
                        '/bin/bash',
                        array('-c', #auth)
                );
                #auth = #shell->read;
                #shell->close;




On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We
are
setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.

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Re: running lasso on windows for first time question

French, Shelane
I was never able to get this method to work for our authentication servers
on our Linux or Mac servers. I may give it a try when I get access to the
Windows machine.

On 12/6/11 3:35 PM, "Daniel Logue" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Are you authenticating to a Windows domain controller?  You may want to
>consider using lasso's built-in ldap type.
>
>I dug up a tag I wrote quite a while ago, and I seem to remember it
>working quite well:
>
>[
>
>define_tag(
> 'ldap_authenticate',
> -required='username',
> -required='password'
>);
> local(
> 'ldap'=ldap
> );
> #ldap->open('yourserver.domain');
> protect;
> handle_error;
> return(false);
> /handle_error;
> #ldap->authenticate(#username,#password);
> return(true);
> /protect;
>/define_tag;
>
>]
>
>Usage:
>[
>ldap_authenticate(
> -username='test@'yourserver.domain',
> -password='test'
>);
>]
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: [hidden email]
>[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of French, Shelane
>Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 3:03 PM
>To: [hidden email]
>Subject: running lasso on windows for first time question
>
>We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications.
>They
>are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
>question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
>through a shell command that looks something like this:
>
>local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H
>"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
>-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>local('shell') = os_process(
> '/bin/bash',
> array('-c', #auth)
> );
> #auth = #shell->read;
> #shell->close;
>
>
>
>
>On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We
>are
>setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
>starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
>dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.
>
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Re: running lasso on windows for first time question

French, Shelane
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If I was going to be doing extensive stuff on the OS, I would. But this is
really the only thing that the 3 apps I'm giving them will be using of an
OS process.

On 12/6/11 3:28 PM, "Rick Draper" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Hi Shelane,
>
>As long time Windows based users of Lasso, I recommend that you invest in
>"PassThru" by Steffan Cline (http://www.execuchoice.net/) if you want to
>do OS based tasks.  I'm flat out on a project at the moment but if you
>Google LDAP and Windows, I'm sure you will come up with the elements for
>the process.
>
>
>
>Very best regards,
>
>Rick
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: [hidden email]
>[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of French, Shelane
>Sent: Wednesday, 7 December 2011 9:03 AM
>To: [hidden email]
>Subject: running lasso on windows for first time question
>
>We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications. They
>are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
>question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
>through a shell command that looks something like this:
>
>local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H "ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
>-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>local('shell') = os_process(
> '/bin/bash',
> array('-c', #auth)
> );
> #auth = #shell->read;
> #shell->close;
>
>
>
>
>On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We
>are setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity
>leave starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just
>works dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config
>changes.
>
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Re: running lasso on windows for first time question

stevepiercy
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[shell] is cross-platform and adapts to the environment.  
Windows does not have a bash shell, but [shell] handles the
command for you so you don't have to remember the platform implementation.
http://tagswap.net/shell

 From [shell] source:

     if(#os >> 'Win');
             local('shell') = os_process(
                 'cmd',
                 (: '/c cd ' + response_localfolder + ' && ' + #cmd)
             );

Note you will also need [response_localfolder].
http://tagswap.net/response_localfolder/

After installing these two tags in Lasso Startup and restarting,
try this:

     local('cmd' = 'ldapsearch -x -H
"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636" -D "uid=' #OUN
',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
     shell(#cmd);

Oh, and of course, don't forget to install and configure
os_process and its security (similar to file permissions security).

--steve


On 12/6/11 at 3:03 PM, [hidden email] (French, Shelane) pronounced:

>We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications. They
>are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
>question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
>through a shell command that looks something like this:
>
>local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H "ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
>-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>local('shell') = os_process(
>'/bin/bash',
>array('-c', #auth)
>);
>#auth = #shell->read;
>#shell->close;
>
>
>
>
>On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We are
>setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
>starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
>dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.
>
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Re: running lasso on windows for first time question

French, Shelane
OK. Right now I've installed everything and set up the search string
command as the server admin gave it to me. However, shell is returning
nothing. Not an error or anything. I'm not sure of the next step to take.
I have until next Friday to get this apps working on their servers, but I
can't even test without authentication :-(

On 12/6/11 8:01 PM, "Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder"
<[hidden email]> wrote:

>[shell] is cross-platform and adapts to the environment.
>Windows does not have a bash shell, but [shell] handles the
>command for you so you don't have to remember the platform implementation.
>http://tagswap.net/shell
>
> From [shell] source:
>
>     if(#os >> 'Win');
>             local('shell') = os_process(
>                 'cmd',
>                 (: '/c cd ' + response_localfolder + ' && ' + #cmd)
>             );
>
>Note you will also need [response_localfolder].
>http://tagswap.net/response_localfolder/
>
>After installing these two tags in Lasso Startup and restarting,
>try this:
>
>     local('cmd' = 'ldapsearch -x -H
>"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636" -D "uid=' #OUN
>',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>     shell(#cmd);
>
>Oh, and of course, don't forget to install and configure
>os_process and its security (similar to file permissions security).
>
>--steve
>
>
>On 12/6/11 at 3:03 PM, [hidden email] (French, Shelane) pronounced:
>
>>We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications. They
>>are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
>>question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
>>through a shell command that looks something like this:
>>
>>local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H "ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
>>-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>>local('shell') = os_process(
>>'/bin/bash',
>>array('-c', #auth)
>>);
>>#auth = #shell->read;
>>#shell->close;
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We
>>are
>>setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
>>starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
>>dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.
>>
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Re: running lasso on windows for first time question

stevepiercy
Try the following tests to isolate the issue.

Enter Windows version of Terminal (START > Something > Run >
Command) and enter the command as:

     cmd /c mycommandstring

Does it work?

Next test a simple command:

     cmd /c echo 'moosehair'

Finally put the simple command in shell:

     shell("echo 'moosehair'");

--steve


On 12/15/11 at 9:14 AM, [hidden email] (French, Shelane) pronounced:

>OK. Right now I've installed everything and set up the search string
>command as the server admin gave it to me. However, shell is returning
>nothing. Not an error or anything. I'm not sure of the next step to take.
>I have until next Friday to get this apps working on their servers, but I
>can't even test without authentication :-(
>
>On 12/6/11 8:01 PM, "Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder"
><[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>>[shell] is cross-platform and adapts to the environment.
>>Windows does not have a bash shell, but [shell] handles the
>>command for you so you don't have to remember the platform implementation.
>>http://tagswap.net/shell
>>
>>From [shell] source:
>>
>>if(#os >> 'Win');
>>local('shell') = os_process(
>>'cmd',
>>(: '/c cd ' + response_localfolder + ' && ' + #cmd)
>>);
>>
>>Note you will also need [response_localfolder].
>>http://tagswap.net/response_localfolder/
>>
>>After installing these two tags in Lasso Startup and restarting,
>>try this:
>>
>>local('cmd' = 'ldapsearch -x -H
>>"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636" -D "uid=' #OUN
>>',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>>shell(#cmd);
>>
>>Oh, and of course, don't forget to install and configure
>>os_process and its security (similar to file permissions security).
>>
>>--steve
>>
>>
>>On 12/6/11 at 3:03 PM, [hidden email] (French, Shelane) pronounced:
>>
>>>We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications. They
>>>are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
>>>question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
>>>through a shell command that looks something like this:
>>>
>>>local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H "ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
>>>-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>>>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>>>local('shell') = os_process(
>>>'/bin/bash',
>>>array('-c', #auth)
>>>);
>>>#auth = #shell->read;
>>>#shell->close;
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We
>>>are
>>>setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
>>>starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
>>>dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.
>>>
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Re: running lasso on windows for first time question

French, Shelane
Yep. That all worked.

The server admin just told me that they may not have the "ldapsearch" tool
installed on the server. Looking online, it looks like there is an
installer for Windows. I'm hoping that he can get that set up.

I also have to figure out how they connect to the ph lookup for basic
people data.

On 12/15/11 12:40 PM, "Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder"
<[hidden email]> wrote:

>Try the following tests to isolate the issue.
>
>Enter Windows version of Terminal (START > Something > Run >
>Command) and enter the command as:
>
>     cmd /c mycommandstring
>
>Does it work?
>
>Next test a simple command:
>
>     cmd /c echo 'moosehair'
>
>Finally put the simple command in shell:
>
>     shell("echo 'moosehair'");
>
>--steve
>
>
>On 12/15/11 at 9:14 AM, [hidden email] (French, Shelane) pronounced:
>
>>OK. Right now I've installed everything and set up the search string
>>command as the server admin gave it to me. However, shell is returning
>>nothing. Not an error or anything. I'm not sure of the next step to take.
>>I have until next Friday to get this apps working on their servers, but I
>>can't even test without authentication :-(
>>
>>On 12/6/11 8:01 PM, "Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder"
>><[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>>>[shell] is cross-platform and adapts to the environment.
>>>Windows does not have a bash shell, but [shell] handles the
>>>command for you so you don't have to remember the platform
>>>implementation.
>>>http://tagswap.net/shell
>>>
>>>From [shell] source:
>>>
>>>if(#os >> 'Win');
>>>local('shell') = os_process(
>>>'cmd',
>>>(: '/c cd ' + response_localfolder + ' && ' + #cmd)
>>>);
>>>
>>>Note you will also need [response_localfolder].
>>>http://tagswap.net/response_localfolder/
>>>
>>>After installing these two tags in Lasso Startup and restarting,
>>>try this:
>>>
>>>local('cmd' = 'ldapsearch -x -H
>>>"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636" -D "uid=' #OUN
>>>',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>>>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>>>shell(#cmd);
>>>
>>>Oh, and of course, don't forget to install and configure
>>>os_process and its security (similar to file permissions security).
>>>
>>>--steve
>>>
>>>
>>>On 12/6/11 at 3:03 PM, [hidden email] (French, Shelane) pronounced:
>>>
>>>>We are going to be helping a sister lab use one of our applications.
>>>>They
>>>>are using windows server, whereas we use Macs and Linux. So I have a
>>>>question on the OS_Process tag. We currently do our ldap authentication
>>>>through a shell command that looks something like this:
>>>>
>>>>local('auth' =  '/usr/bin/ldapsearch -x -H
>>>>"ldaps://xxxxxxx.llnl.gov:636"
>>>>-D "uid=' #OUN ',ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -w\'' #PAC '\' -b
>>>>"ou=people,dc=llnl,dc=gov" -s sub "uid=' #OUN '" uid');
>>>>local('shell') = os_process(
>>>>'/bin/bash',
>>>>array('-c', #auth)
>>>>);
>>>>#auth = #shell->read;
>>>>#shell->close;
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>On the windows side, is there anything different that I need to do. We
>>>>are
>>>>setting this up in a quick hurry since I will be out on maternity leave
>>>>starting end of business day Dec 23. I'm hoping that my code just works
>>>>dropping it in on their servers and making only minor config changes.
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