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Configuring LDAP

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I want to setup LDAP. I have followed the docuementation and it does not work.

Where do we put the information about th Bind DN and Bind Password?

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Maybe the LDAP implementation does not fit your needs.

The existing implementation was done based on demands by existing users back there, so it's possible that it does not cover all scenarios.

You are more than welcome to help us on that, if possible.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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