Using LDAP Authentication with Auth0

Auth0 lets you create Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) connections using the Auth0 Dashboard and the Active Directory/LDAP Connector.

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.

Field Description
Connection Name Descriptive name for the connection
Email domains (optional) List of valid domains for the connection
Disable cache Enable or disable caching
Use application SSL certificate authentication Enable or disable application SSL certificate authentication
Use Windows Integrated Auth (Kerberos) Enable or disable Kerberos authentication

Active Directory / LDAP Connection Configuration

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.

Set Up AD/LDAP Connector

Make note of the provided Ticket URL to use during the AD/LDAP Connector setup process, it should look something like this:

https://YOUR_TENANT.auth0.com/p/ad/aBCdEfGh

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.

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