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Active Directory Integration with LibrePlan

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I am hoping that someone on this forum has used LibrePlan and has successfully done the active directory integration piece. LIbrePlan itself works fine but I cannot get Active Directory Integration to work.

My LibrePlan server is running on Ubuntu and the Windows Domain Controller is Server 2008R2. I have installed the Identity Management for Unix role but I feel like the mappings are not correct and I don't know how to go about troubleshooting them.

With Libre Plan you can enter information to test LDAP connectivity and that test passes but I still cannot login to libre plan with an A/D user.

I have attached a screenshot of the variables that Libre Plan uses. I can confirm that the group paths and role search querys contain the correct A/D path. The parts that have me the most confused are the 'UserID' under Authentication, and the 'member' under role property. I am sure I am doing something wrong so all suggestions are welcome. Thanks Experts!
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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the base has to be fully qualified ou=organizational_unit,dc=example,dc=org
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That was it. I didn't have the full path in the base field. Thank you!
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