Configure LDAP Authentication
Create a New Connection
Start by creating a new connection. Navigate to Dashboard > Connections > Enterprise and select Active Directory / LDAP.
Click Create New Connection and complete the form.
|Connection Name||Descriptive name for the connection|
|Email domains (optional)||List of valid domains for the connection|
|Disable cache||Enable or disable caching|
|Use client SSL certificate authentication||Enable or disable client SSL certificate authentication|
|Use Windows Integrated Auth (Kerberos)||Enable or disable Kerberos authentication|
Click SAVE to continue.
Set Up the Active Directory/LDAP Connector
After creating the connection, you'll be prompted to set up the Active Directory/LDAP Connector.
Make note of the provided Ticket URL to use during the AD/LDAP Connector setup process, it should look something like this:
Next, set up the AD/LDAP Connector by following the instructions for your platform:
Test the Connection
Once you've set up the AD/LDAP Connector, you can test your LDAP connection.
Navigate to Dashboard > Connections > Enterprise, select Active Directory / LDAP, and click the Try button for your LDAP connection. You'll be directed to a login page where you can log in as a user and try the connection.
That's it! You are now ready to start using your connection.