Lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) connector module let you authenticate user credential using a LDAP version 3 server. To access the LDAP integration module go to integration -> LDAP
|LDAP IP/Hostname||Host name or IP Address of LDAP server|
|LDAP Port||LDAP server port|
|Relative Distinguished Names (RDN )||The RDN LDAP setting for the LDAP server, refer to your network or organization LDAP administrator for schema. For more information on RDN refer to notes bellow.|
|Link with Profile||Integrate with a default profile when user first login. *see account*|
|Zone Restriction||Default zone restriction assign to user that login , leave it to “none” if you do not wish to assign restriction to users.|
|Enabled||Enable or disable this function|
The LDAP integration references an LDAP object by its distinguished name (DN). A DN is a sequence of relative distinguished names (RDN) connected by commas.
An RDN is an attribute with an associated value in the form attribute = value; normally expressed in a UTF-8 string format. The following table lists typical RDN attribute types.
A LDAP entry is made up of a collection of attributes that have a unique identifier called a Distinguished Name (DN). A DN has a unique name that identifies the entry at the respective hierarchy. In the example, John Doe and Jane Doe are different common names (cn) that identify different entries at that same level.
A DN is also a fully qualified path of names that trace the entry back to the root of the tree. For example, the distinguished name of the John Doe entry is:
cn = John Doe, ou = People, dc = myldap.com
A Relative Distinguished Name (RDN) is a component of the distinguished name. For example, cn=John Doe, ou=People is a RDN relative to the root RDN dc=myldap.com.
To access active directory integration module go to Integrations > LDAP.
To add new group mapping, click on the “Create Group Mapping” button then the group mapping screen will display.
|Group Name||Click on the select box , Kiwire™ will connect to the LDAP and load the available group from active directory services.|
|Link to profile||The Local profile assign to the selected group|
|Status||Enable or disable the mapping|
|Priority||The priority of the group mapping order , used when users is member of multiple groups|
|Zone restriction||Default zone restriction assign to user that login , leave it to “none” if you do not wish to assign restriction to users.|