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Hi all - I've some problems authenticating my users using LDAP - maybe anyone could help
I'm trying to authenticate against an Active Directory server, but I can't get it to work.
On most systems I know you just provide an unprivileged LDAP user in the configuration and use this to bind to the directory, lookup the user trying to log in and then check the provided password against the user obtained in the first step
but in tiki I can't find anything like that, and all the provided LDAP login methods don't seem to work with my setup :-(
Any ideas?
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luciashbklier: hi
sorry, but I have no experience with LDAP
bklier: did youcheck the forums?
iirc there were people trying to solve similar issue
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bklierluciash: I'm still mining the forums, but still no success [16:15]
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bklierIf I could not get that to work that's a disqualifier for tiki :-( [16:23]
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Any idea where to get help about that? [16:39]
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luciashbklier: you can start new thread in the forum perhaps [16:55]
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bklierluciash: If I'm honest i'm not very confident that there'll be any help. The last real LDAP related question has been asked about half a year ago and there's not even one reply...
And - I don't want to be harsh - a community support chat with 14 members (including me and at least two bots) is not... maybe, let's call it 'active' ;-)
It seems that there's a bug in the LDAP auth code... setting LDAP authentication method to 'active directory' still tries to do basic binding... :-(
.o0(according to what tcpdump says about client <-> server communication)
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JyhemHi bklier, which Tiki version is this ?
Suggestion: put the credentials of the unprivileged LDAP user in the LDAP admin section (fields "Admin user" & "Admin password")
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bklierJyhem: right now it's 19.2 svn
Jyhem: the credentials of the unprivileged LDAP user are in the 'LDAP admin' section... and they don't even get used.
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JyhemHmmm, I never tried LDAP on 19.2 with AD :-(
So, the "LDAP Bind Type" drop-down misses an option which provides a way of giving an "unprivileged LDAP user" credentials instead of anonymous binding?
BTW, Community support is rather spread out. Some prefer IRC, others prefer forums, some would rather hang out on https://wikisuite.chat/XMPP
or the mailing list
Not generally the same people. And IRC attendance dropped since freenode registration is required :-(
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bklierJyhem: correct, there's no 'unprivileged LDAP user' option which makes LDAP binding almost impossible... [17:45]
Jyhem:-(
I can't help or try out, I have no access to microsoft servers, but I believe you.
You could ask for confirmation of the issue on https://wikisuite.chat/XMPP or the forum or the mailing list but I think the issue is confirmed already.
You can do a bug report/feature request /wish on dev.tiki.org
Or ask if someone has access to Active Directory on https://wikisuite.chat/XMPP
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bklierJyhem: thank you - I'll try and hope for the best ;-) [18:18]
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