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Basic Configuration
5.9.8.4. Deleting LDAP Groups
The Delete LDAP Group function is used to delete LDAP Groups that are no longer in
use. To delete an existing LDAP Group, proceed as follows:
Text Interface: Type /N and press [Enter] to display the Network Parameters
Menu. At the Network Parameters Menu, type 27 and press [Enter] to display the
LDAP Parameters menu, then type 13 and press [Enter] to display the LDAP Group
Setup Menu. From the LDAP Setup menu, type 4 and press [Enter]. The RSM-8R4
will prompt you to select the desired group; key in the name of the group and press
[Enter], the RSM-8R4 will delete the specified LDAP Group immediately, without
further prompting.
Web Browser Interface: Click on the "LDAP Parameters" link on the left hand
side of the screen to display the LDAP Parameters menu. At the LDAP Parameters
menu, click on the LDAP Group Setup button to display the LDAP Group Setup
menu, then click the "View/Modify LDAP Group" link to display the Choose LDAP
Group menu; use the drop down menu to select the desired group, select "Delete
LDAP Group" and then click the "Choose LDAP Group" button to display the Delete
LDAP Group menu. If the Delete LDAP Group menu shows the desired group, then
click the "Delete LDAP Group" button to immediately delete the group.
5.9.8.5. 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. To
access the LDAP Kerberos Set Up menu, access the command mode using a password
that permits access to Administrator Level commands and then proceed as follows:
Text Interface: Type /N and press [Enter] to display the Network Parameters
Menu. At the Network Parameters Menu, type 27 and press [Enter] to display the
LDAP Parameters menu. At the LDAP Parameters Menu, type 5 and press [Enter]
and then use the resulting submenu to set the Bind Type to Kerberos. Next, return
to the LDAP Parameters menu. Note that the LDAP Parameters Menu now includes
a prompt which is used to select Kerberos parameters. Type 14 and press [Enter]
to display the Kerberos Set Up menu.
Web Browser Interface: Click on the LDAP Parameters link on the left hand side of
the screen to display the LDAP Parameters menu. At the LDAP Parameters menu,
click on the LDAP Kerberos Setup button to display the LDAP Kerberos Setup
menu.
The LDAP Kerberos Setup menu allows you to define the following parameters:
Port: (Default = 88.)
Realm: (Default = Undefined.)
Key Distribution Centers (KDC1 through KDC5): (Default = Undefined.)
Domain Realms 1 through 5: (Default = Undefined.)
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