LDAP Management in GroundWork Monitor (Administration > LDAP) initially displays the authentication/authorization source options GroundWork (default) and LDAP/AD. LDAP configurations can be on or off (with saved configurations). For an LDAP configuration you will need the details for the domains you manage with LDAP/AD and contexts for users and groups to map to roles in GroundWork Monitor.
Adding a domain
- By selecting Administration > LDAP you will be presented with two authentication/authorization sources GroundWork and LDAP/AD.
- GroundWork is the default authentication/authorization. It is also used as a fallback in the case where LDAP is selected, but the user can’t be found in LDAP. Switching between the two does not remove any LDAP/AD configuration. Selecting LDAP/AD exposes options to get started configuring LDAP.
- Endpoint names as prefixes - (optional)
- Enable mapper - (optional)
- Click Add Domain.
- For the New Domain screen you will need to enter the following:
- LDAP server to add:
- Endpoint Name:
- Server Type:
- Use LDAPS or Use TLS
- Security Principal:
- User and role contexts for domain:
- Selecting Show advanced options provides the following options:
- Role attribute ID:
- Role matching mode:
- Security authentication:
- Security protocol:
- UID attribute ID:
- User properties query string:
- User search scope:
- After completing the various options click Apply.
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