Configuration Options
• LDAPPort: Defines the port that will be used to communicate with the LDAP
• TLS/SSL: Enables/Disables TLS/SSL encryption. Note that when TLS/SSL
• BindType: Sets the LDAP bind request password type. In the Text Interface, when
the Bind Type is set to "Kerberos," the LDAP menu will include an additional prompt
used to select Kerberos parameters. In the Web Interface, Kerberos parameters are
• SearchBindDN: The username that will be allowed to search the LDAP directory.
• SearchBindPassword: The Password for the user who is allowed to search the
• UserSearchBaseDN: The directory location for user searches.
• UserSearchFilter: Selects the attribute that lists the user name. Note that this
attribute should always end with "=%S"(noquotes.)(Default=undefined.)
• GroupMembershipAttribute: Selects the attribute that list group membership(s).
• GroupMembershipValueType:(Default=DN.)
• Fallback: Enables/Disables the LDAP fallback feature. When enabled, the RPC
will revert to it's own internal user directory (see Section 6.4) if no defined users are
found via the LDAP server. In this case, port access rights will then be granted as
• LDAPGroupSetUp: Provides access to a submenu, which is used to define
LDAP Groups as described in the Sections through
• LDAPKerberosSetUp: Kerberos is a network authentication protocol, which
provides a secure means of identity verification for users who are communicating
via a non-secure network. In the Text Interface, Kerberos parameters are selected
via a submenu that is only available when Kerberos is selected as Bind Type. In
the Web Browser Interface, Kerberos parameters are defined via the main LDAP
Parameters menu. The following parameters are available:.
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