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Configuration Options
6.8.7.2 Viewing LDAP Groups
If you need to examine an existing LDAP group definition, the "View LDAP Groups"
function can be used to review the group's parameters and Circuit Access Settings.
6.8.7.3. Modifying LDAP Groups
If you want to modify an existing LDAP Group in order to change parameters or circuit
access rights, the "Modify LDAP Group" function can be used to reconfigure group
parameters. To Modify an existing LDAP Group, you must access the RPC command
mode using a password that permits access to Administrator Level commands. Once
you have accessed the Modify LDAP Group menu, use the menu options to redefine
parameters in the same manner that is used for the Add LDAP Group menu, as
discussed in Section 6.8.7.1.
Note:AfteryouhavefinishedmodifyingLDAPGroupparameters,makecertain
tosavethechangesbeforeproceeding.IntheWebBrowserInterface,clickon
the"ModifyLDAPGroup"buttontosaveparameters;intheTextInterface,press
the [Esc]keyseveraltimesuntiltheRPCdisplaysthe"SavingConfiguration"
messageandthecursorreturnstothecommandprompt.
6.8.7.4. Deleting LDAP Groups
The Delete LDAP Group function is used to delete LDAP Groups that are no longer in
use. In order to delete an existing LDAP Group, you must access the RPC command
mode using a password that permits access to Administrator Level commands.
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