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Enabling LDAP password management

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BGT_
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Enabling LDAP password management

I have a SA-4000 with the version 6.2R1 (build 13255) and with the license Advanced for SA 4000.

I configured a LDAP Server instante to Microsoft Active Directory with connection Unencrypted, associate it to a user Realm and in the tab Authentication Policy - Password, select the Enable Password Management. The user defined in AD, to do the search is a Domain Admin .

When a user logs the change password page appears and when the user change the password receives the following message: Could not change password. Could not connect to authentication server.

I can understand waht i«m doing wrong, can you help me?

Best Regards

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muttbarker_
Valued Contributor

Re: Enabling LDAP password management

You need to enable the ability to use LDAPS, on the AD server. Password changes are set via LDAPS, even is you do not select that option during the configuration of the authorization server.

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muttbarker_
Valued Contributor

Re: Enabling LDAP password management

You need to enable the ability to use LDAPS, on the AD server. Password changes are set via LDAPS, even is you do not select that option during the configuration of the authorization server.

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Jickfoo_
Super Contributor

Re: Enabling LDAP password management

To enable LDAPS on a windows domain controller, load Certificate Services.

Justin

Dan_Smart_
Occasional Contributor

Re: Enabling LDAP password management

All you need is a valid Web Server certificate for SSL. Load this onto the domain controller you are using for LDAP and you are in business.

-=Dan=-

Jwong_
New Contributor

Re: Enabling LDAP password management

As for how to enable ldaps on Active directory, you may refer to following Microsoft's KB:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321051

Regards,

Jason