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display full name of logged in user in web interface

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we use web interface 4.0 and currently we can display the username of user logged in.

it is possible to display fullname of logged in user and how?
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http://www.thomaskoetzing.de/files/WIM/FullUsrName_4.x.zip

explains how to do this. Hope it helps.
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ok this looks like whaty im after but i cant get it working.

i have followed the readme guide but i get "Cannot read AD for: xxxx"

the bit that confuses me is this:

<add key="LDAPserver" value="your LDAP server" />
<add key="LDAPid" value="domain\userID" />
<add key="LDAPpw" value="password" />

i have replaced "your LDAP server" with our LDAP server.  i know our LDAP server works as i created another test script using PHP and i can connect fine and query AD.

i use the same username and password that i used in my PHP file above too.



i have also noticed that when i tried to query AD using the ADRoutine.cs file, the login process to the application list side of web interface, it takes for ages... at least 40 secs, whereas if i comment out the AD query call, user can login to the applications page in under a 1 sec...



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by:ellandrd
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ok i got it working.  i opened the port 389 on our firewall to allow the DMZ speak to our LDAP server...

thanks for you help

ellandrd
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