Does anyone have experience configuring the LDAP module for automatic login?
We are running Drupal 7.39 on IIS 8.5, MSSQL all on Windows 2012 servers. I can authenticate users with LDAP via manual login, and create new users, all no problem. But when we enable LDAP SSO and turn on automated single sign-on we loose access with the server.
The LDAP SSO module says we need to setup LDAP authentication on the web server. Other than configuring IIS for Windows Authentication, what else should be done?
And what are the Authentication Mechanisms set on the LDAP SSO form?Read more
Hola a todos necesito su ayuda pues estoy intentando crear un directorio dinámico que se integre con servidor ldap y necesito saber como puedo manejar los campos del ldap e importarlos a un contenido para luego mostrarlos como un directorio.
Yo ya he creado un directorio muy bueno pero no está integrado con una base de datos.
I am looking at OA2 for our intranet and one of the things I am coming across is integrated windows authentication. I downloaded an LDAP module and after doing that I can access a login page and login with my windows credentials. However, I am looking at couple of things and would like input on how I can achieve themRead more
Is there any documentation specifically for OpenScholar 2.0 RC for LDAP integration? I have the modules for LDAP enabled through the Site Configuration > Modules all the LDAP say enabled... but that is about as far as I can get with it.Read more
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We have Synology DSM (Disk Station Manager) Installed in our office, and my Drupal 7 site is hosted on it, Now i want to use Directory Users to use Drupal with same credentials using LDAP.
I installed the ldap required modules but still having trouble configuring and connecting, is there anyone worked with ldap + Drupal ?
I need a existing Drupal site expanded. The site is going to be used for several purposes - first is company wide Policies & Procedures.
Need to limit access to editing, track changes, connect to Active Directory and LDAP.
WYSIWYG editor that works properly, and is intuitive.
Fast turn around.
Work will most likely need to be done on site, due to privacy restrictions.
Looking for local company/developer. NO OVER SEAS. Must be local to Charlotte. English MUST be your first language.
Have references available.
I need to get this project started ASAP.Read more
I successfully installed openScholar with ldap authentication enabled and all our ldap groups are mapped to drupal roles (ldap_integration and extended_ldap_groups modules).
Now I have a few dozens ldap groups as drupal roles and I'd like to allow access to openScholar sites to selected groups.
For instance, a teacher creates a new site for his course. He wants to allow access to the site only to students registered to his course (these students are members of the ldap group for this course).Read more
I'm hoping some of you who have experiencing using CAS and CAS Attributes on UC Berkeley sites can help me with a couple questions about ideal setup:
I've got the modules set up and can see LDAP attributes, but there aren't any available CAS attributes. Is that normal? I'm using auth-test.berkeley.edu and ldap-test.berkeley.edu.
Also, what's the best way to deal with the fact that you don't always get an email address in the LDAP attributes? Do you just leave the user email field blank when new accounts are created? (Or maybe there's an email in my missing CAS attributes?)
Let's discuss about ways to connect to LDAP and handle entries from PHP.
I see that the trend is to write classes based on core PHP ldap_* functions. The obvious problem is that each module does in its own way.
Now, I think that the right way will be to manage all the "low level" stuff inside the ldap module, and then use its exposed APIs to do all the stuff higher-level.
I had a quick read at that module code, and I see you are writing brand new LDAP management classes.
What about, instead, using something already written?Read more