This example demonstrates the error that occurs when either the identity mapping yields a FQDN that identifies an object that does not exist, or the userPassword attribute in the mapped directory object is missing or contains something other than cleartext data.
If the mapped FQDN does not identify an existing object, either the user name was entered incorrectly, or the object does not exist in the directory. If the user name was entered incorrectly, try the command again with a correct user name. If the problem persists, have the directory administrator either create or replace the contents of the userPassword attribute in the mapped object with a cleartext value and retry your command using the new password.
$ ldapsearch -D diperm01@testing -H ldap://esroot -b "" -s base -W -Y DIGEST-MD5 -Z Enter LDAP password: Invalid credentials additional info: SASL(-13): user not found: no secret in database $