Map AD/LDAP Profile Attributes to Auth0 User Profile
You can modify the mapping of profile attributes from AD/LDAP attributes to attributes in the Auth0 user profile.
From a browser, go to http://localhost:8357 to launch the Connector Admin Console on the AD/LDAP Connector server.
Click Profile Mapper to open a code editor screen which maps attributes from a source directory service (represented by the
raw_datavariable) to a variable that gets returned to populate the Auth0 user profile. The first part of the function instantiates a variable called
profileand has a mapping for the core portion of the Auth0 User Profile. Additional attributes can be set below that using syntax in the form:
profile['department'] = raw_data['companydept'];In this example,
departmentis the name of the attribute in the Auth0 user profile and
companydeptis the name of the attribute in the source directory service (such as AD).
Click Save when you are done modifying the LDAP configuration.
After the Connector runs the tests, ensure that all the tests are green.
Test Description Troubleshoot Test 1 Attempts to establish a TCP connection to the LDAP server and port specified. Check basic network connectivity and firewall settings that might prevent such a connection. Test 2 Attempts to perform an LDAP bind on the LDAP server and port specified and with the username and password provided. Check the LDAP connection string, search path, username and password. Test 3 Attempts to perform an LDAP search against the directory to check the privileges of the specified username. Check the privileges of the username in the target directory. Test 4 Attempts to establish a connection to the Auth0 server. Check network connectivity and firewall settings that might prevent such a connection.