AW: LDAP Auth

Hello,

Perhaps you missed the several posts about an update I made
available that includes authentication through SMB and the
ability to choose the order and authentication type.

http://www.mosemann.com/software/LDAPSMB1.2_RT3.tar.gz

thanks for that hint. I installed LDAPSMB.

Now I can see (Ethereal) that there is communication between my RT
server and the LDAP server, but the LDAP server always reject the LDAP
request with a “Invalid credentials (0x31)”.

Any ideas?

Thanks,
David

Now I can see (Ethereal) that there is communication between my RT
server and the LDAP server, but the LDAP server always reject the LDAP
request with a “Invalid credentials (0x31)”.

Invalid credentials means that the username and password used to bind to
the server are incorrect. Some LDAP servers are configured to always
require a username and a password in order to submit queries instead of
allowing anoymous queries. If that is how your server is configured, you
need to specify the username and password in $LdapUser and $LdapPass. If
your LDAP server allows anonymous queries (and anonymous queries return
information for all of the fields you want), then those two values should
not be defined.

Russell Mosemann, Ph.D. * Computing Services * Concordia University, Nebraska
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