LDAP settings

Posted on 2008-11-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
Hello - I appreciate your help.

I have a Fujitsu scanner and I have setup LDAP on the Network settings on the scanner, so users can log on the scanner w/AD user name/password. The LDAP setting is CN:User,DC=RAPA,DC=local on the scanner.

I most recently moved users from the users container into a OU with assign GPO from root level. Now everytime they try to log into the scanner it doesn't authenticate. If I move user back into user container it works again.

What LDAP settings should I set so that all users within my Domain could log onto scanner? I appreciate your help.
Question by:nimdatx
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    CN=User,OU=OU,DC=RAPA,DC=local on the scanner
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    Sorry obviosly dont need the last bit...
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    So that all users can logon to the scanner, use         DC=RAPA,DC=local               Do not use an OU.

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    Why would I need to use CN=User?
    Couldn't I just use OU=Department,DC=RAPA,DC=com if I wanted Scan User (OU) to be able to log onto scanner. If i want to use all users from entire domain I could just use exx1976 example?
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    Sorry, if you want just users in that OU to be able to log into the scanner..
    Else follow what Exx said for the whole domain

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