Rt and ldap or active directory

hi
i’m having a look at trying authenticate rt with
active directory. I downloaded LDAP1.0_RT3 and put the
files in the appropriate places and edited the
SiteConfig_LDAP. But theres no instructions I can find
and now I’m lost. How do I put the main SiteConfig to
include the LDAP one ? Can I use active dir/or any
ldap when user exists there but if it doesn’t have it
look up its local mysql database ? This is all on
fedora core 3 and rt 3.2.2.
Elaine

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We are extremely interested in this also and it is one of our first
priorities before going into produciton this summer (however it is not
a showstopper). We will be going live with RT 3.2.4 (+RTFM) and Fedora
Core 3 with modperl. This is on a mixed MS Server / linux environment
where most of the workstations and servers are MS but the firewall,
RT,Bugzilla,wiki and some fileservers are on linux (Fedora Core 3),
We hope to add a wiki section on this, or contribute to one along with
our integration of RT and Bugzilla. RT is working fine at the present
time and the integration with AD is the last missing piece for us.
There are scattered bits of email on this in the list archives but
nothing much of any substance for our capabilities (low on
programming, more admin types used to cut and paste type mods). I
think the main problem here has been that most of the previous posts
have been those trying to get LDAP integration with AD to work for the
first time, which is a different issue than getting RT to work with it
after it is in place. We have yet to get AD authorization working well
for anything yet so have been holding off on addressing the RT
integration. In the mean time we are monitoring any discussion of
this with great interest.On 5/5/05, Elaine . cmap_sec@yahoo.co.uk wrote:

hi
i’m having a look at trying authenticate rt with
active directory. I downloaded LDAP1.0_RT3 and put the
files in the appropriate places and edited the
SiteConfig_LDAP. But theres no instructions I can find
and now I’m lost. How do I put the main SiteConfig to
include the LDAP one ? Can I use active dir/or any
ldap when user exists there but if it doesn’t have it
look up its local mysql database ? This is all on
fedora core 3 and rt 3.2.2.
Elaine


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i’m having a look at trying authenticate rt with
active directory.

You might try http://www.mosemann.com/software/LDAPSMB1.2_RT3.tar.gz
It has been tested with 3.4.0 and 3.4.1. I don’t know about 3.2.2.

Russell Mosemann, Ph.D. * Computing Services * Concordia University, Nebraska
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Also working fine with 3.4.2 and ADS as of last night. :slight_smile:

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Subject: Re: [rt-users] rt and ldap or active directory

i’m having a look at trying authenticate rt with
active directory.

You might try http://www.mosemann.com/software/LDAPSMB1.2_RT3.tar.gz
It has been tested with 3.4.0 and 3.4.1. I don’t know about 3.2.2.

Russell Mosemann, Ph.D. * Computing Services * Concordia University, Nebraska
"It’s mind over matter. If you don’t have a mind, it doesn’t matter."

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