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  • egroupware and LDAP

    Anyone had any success with this,

    Do you want to manage homedirectory and loginshell attributes?:
    LDAP Default homedirectory prefix (e.g. /home for /home/username):
    LDAP Default shell (e.g. /bin/bash):
    LDAP host:
    LDAP accounts context:
    LDAP search filter for accounts, default: "(uid=%user)", %domain=eGW-domain:
    LDAP groups context:
    LDAP rootdn (searching accounts and changing passwords):
    LDAP root password:
    LDAP encryption type:
    Enable LDAP Version 3:


    Those are whats its asking for , have tried different combos, but still cant get it to work.


    have a top domain, then a child

    child.topdom.com for example

    help appreciated immensly

  • #2
    What are you trying to do ?
    Install eGroupWare with AD integration or make it use existing OpenLDAP (or other) LDAP server ?

    Please provide more details.
    Guy Teverovsky
    "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"

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    • #3
      AD intergration for auth, yeah

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      • #4
        Install from the latest daily snapshot:
        http://egroupware.sourceforge.net/snapshots/

        The packaged version does not include AD authentication support. Have just gave it a try on Linux box and got it authenticating against AD.
        Guy Teverovsky
        "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"

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        • #5
          ahh, easy fix
          cheers guyt

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