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Virtual Connect LDAP access

Virtual Connect LDAP access

Hi all,

I'm trying a VCM login using an LDAP authentication, but I'm facing difficulties to do that.

What kind of information I need type on "Search Context" field? I looking for this information on VCM User Guide, but information there is not enough.

Any help?

Thanks and Regards!!!
5 REPLIES
James ~ Happy Dude
Honored Contributor

Re: Virtual Connect LDAP access

Hello Jonas,
Try resetting the Admin password;

Refer:
h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c00865618/c00865618.pdf
Page 14 Onwards;

Also,
*Enable LDAP Authentication > Select to enable LDAP authentication

*Enable Local Users > Select to enable local users

*Directory Server Address > The IP address or the DNS name of the domain of the directory service.

*Directory Server SSL Port > The port used for LDAP communications. The default port is port 636.

*Search Context 1 > First searchable path used to locate the user when the user is trying to authenticate using directory services.

*Search Context 2 > Second searchable path used to locate the user when the user is trying to authenticate using directory services.

*Search Context 3 > Third searchable path used to locate the user when the user is trying to authenticate using directory services.

*Use NT Account Name Mapping(DOMAIN/Username) > Select to use NT account name mapping

Regards,
James.

Re: Virtual Connect LDAP access

Thank you James! LDAP is working now.

Jonas
James ~ Happy Dude
Honored Contributor

Re: Virtual Connect LDAP access

Hey Jonas great to know that !!

Kudos !

Regards,
James.

PS: Please consider assigning appropriate points & closing the thread!
BDintern
Occasional Visitor

Re: Virtual Connect LDAP access

Will this work without a PKI environment or a certificate? Or can i just point this to my domain controller to get this to work?

Re: Virtual Connect LDAP access

Thanks, I found a solution