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Cisco ASA 5510 configure webvpn with AD authentication. I am on cisco ios 8.2.2

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I am trying to get a ASA 5510 to authenticate with my 2003 AD. It does not seem to be working. On the cisco website, the documentation is for IOS version 7.x. Can somebody please help me.
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What protocol are you trying to use, nt domain, ldap or radius? How does your aaa cOnfig look like?

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I am trying to user LDAP protocol.
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The difference of versions shouldnt matter. Can you enable debugging of ldap and aaa authentication and post the output after a connection attempt here?

I have written a blog post about this on my blog. Have a look at it and compare my configuration with yours:

http://blogg.kvistofta.nu/asa-user-authentication-with-active-directory/

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I have been able to configure the WebVPN. Thanks a lot, it turned out to be a Base DN setting which I was configured wrong.
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if u need any further assistance , please get back to us
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Nice to be able to help. ;)
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Thank you for all your help.
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Dont forget to award points. ;)
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