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Connecting to LDAP server for authentication

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I have a Cisco Wireless Controller Device to manage my access points.  I would like to authenticate my users via LDAP. I have Windows Mixed Mode Environment NT, 2000,2003. My domain name is ABC1.COM and the pre domain name is ABC-NT also I have my domain admin user under the default Users Container

 

Server Index   1
Server Address   IP Address of my main DC
Port Number   389
User Base DN   DC=ABC1, DC=COM
User Attribute: what should I put here? Should put sAMAccount word or what?


User Object Type: What should I put here? Should I have to put user or the userPrincipalName and how I put them exactly according to my setup?


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I think that is the LDAP attribute you want to search or authenticate against.

You may need to so  some tests to get this to work


I hope this helps !
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