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I can't configure LDAP authentication

Added by Nana Grigoryan at 2012-11-07 05:44 pm

I need to configure Chiliproject with LDAP user authentication, that already existing users in LDAP could login to the chili. As I realized from documentation, after users will login with their LDAP auth data corresponding users will be registered (on fly created) in Chili database so that administrators could manage them later.

Could you please describe how I can reach it. I've tried the steps that have been described in documentation and no success.
Connection test succeeds.

I need more description concerning "Account", "Password" and "Login" from attributes

Thanks in advance

Replies (2)

RE: I can't configure LDAP authentication - Added by Felix Schäfer at 2012-11-13 09:54 pm

The Account and Password are the LDAP account ChiliProject will use to connect to your LDAP server. The login field is the LDAP field that ChiliProject will try to match to find the LDAP entry for your user. The first- and surname and e-mail fields are the names of the LDAP fields ChiliProject will use to auto-fill those fields in the ChiliProject user.

RE: I can't configure LDAP authentication - Added by Darold Lucus at 2013-10-16 05:54 am

This is the page you need.

The attributes portion, are the fields you will be looking for. EG:uid, sAMAccountName, gn, sn, cn, password, email, etc...