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Hi,
i am new to jforum.
i have installed jforum successfully. i want to enable the LDAP Authentication in jforum instead registeration.
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can sombody help me regarding this issue
Thanks in advance
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Have you tried doing a forum search on LDAP?
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Have you read www.jforum.net/confluence/display/integration/SSO ?

Rafael
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Thanks for your reply.


ldap.login.prefix=CN=
ldap.login.suffix=CN=Users,DC=jform,DC=net
ldap.lookup.suffix=CN=Users

We have requirement were our company is located in multiple places. Each office has separate LDAP servers. so i have to query each user through all the servers. How can this be done???

for example:
"CN=" ",OU=SC,OU=nat,OU=count,OU=cname,DC=cname,DC=com";
"CN=" ",OU=OC,OU=cname,DC=cname,DC=com";
"CN=" ",OU=BC,OU=nat2,OU=count,OU=cname,DC=cname,DC=com"
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I have no idea - really.

We made the basic LDAP implementation, but, personally, I have never worked with it.

Any help on this is very appreciated.

Rafael
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manic wrote:Thanks for your reply.

ldap.login.prefix=CN=
ldap.login.suffix=CN=Users,DC=jform,DC=net
ldap.lookup.suffix=CN=Users

We have requirement were our company is located in multiple places. Each office has separate LDAP servers. so i have to query each user through all the servers. How can this be done???

for example:
"CN=" ",OU=SC,OU=nat,OU=count,OU=cname,DC=cname,DC=com";
"CN=" ",OU=OC,OU=cname,DC=cname,DC=com";
"CN=" ",OU=BC,OU=nat2,OU=count,OU=cname,DC=cname,DC=com"


Do your LDAP servers "sync" with each other? Or is each site a "stand-alone" with respect to the users?

If they are sync'd, you shouldn't have to query each server as they each should have all the user information (company wide).

Have you tried adding all the LDAP servers to the config to see if it will work (or at least a couple of them)? I would try this after getting your site LDAP working so you know it at least works with only one to save troubleshooting time.

If that doesn't work, seems like you would have to write some type of "locator" app to find where the person is, then attach to the corresponding LDAP server.

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