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Does ClearQuest LDAP search account require logon priveleges

Posted on 2008-10-15
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We are attempting to enable LDAP authentication for ClearQuest in a UCM environment.  The documentation and a howto video I found online require "an LDAP account that has sufficient privileges to search the LDAP directory".  I assume that if I set up an account with Domain Users membership and interactive logon enabled, it should work, but can I disable interactive logon?
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I just got clarification from Rational Support.  They say that the user needs to be able to "bind" to the AD.  Does that necessarily mean interactive logon?  
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We were able to get this working with the user in "Domain Users", logon enabled in the user configuration screen, and "Deny log on locally" set in group policy for the account.
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