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ldapdeleteuserfromgroup(1)  General Commands Manual ldapdeleteuserfromgroup(1)

NAME
       ldapdeleteuserfromgroup - deletes a member from a group in LDAP.

SYNOPSIS
       ldapdeleteuserfromgroup <username|dn> <groupname|gid>

OPTIONS
       <username | dn>
	      The  name	 of the	user to	delete.	It can be a machine name (with
	      an ending	$) or a	user name.  When working with groupOfNames  or
	      groupOfUniqueNames group entries,	a full DN can also be provided
	      to permit	deletion of an entry that does not  exist  anymore  in
	      the directory.

       <groupname | gid>
	      The  name	or the gid of the group	that should say	goodbye	to the
	      user.

SEE ALSO
       ldapaddusertogroup(1), ldapsetprimarygroup(1), ldapscripts(5).

AVAILABILITY
       The ldapscripts are provided under the GNU General  Public  License  v2
       (see  COPYING for more details).	 The latest version of the ldapscripts
       is available on : http://contribs.martymac.org

BUGS
       No bug known.

				January	1, 2006	    ldapdeleteuserfromgroup(1)

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