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Binding to LDAP using UPN

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We're evaluating a new product and it does AD/LDAP integration.

When it attempts to authenticate the user, it use the UPN format for the username.

Is there any solution people are aware of to get this working

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Re: Binding to LDAP using UPN

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Thanks everyone for the replies, long story short I stuffed by as I forgot the dsfw domain is a subdomain , ad.shc.sa.edu.au and not shc.sa.edu.au. The returned ldap error of invaliddnsyntax lead me down the wrong path thinking it wasn't supported.

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Re: Binding to LDAP using UPN

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Can you be a bit more detailed? While you've tagged DOmain Services for Windows, are you actually using it? And what OES version? What is the actual problem you're having?

 

 

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Re: Binding to LDAP using UPN

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Yes we are using DSFW, the software we are evaluating attempts to verify network credentials by doing a LDAP simple bind, but it passes the username in UPN format (<username>@<domain>), this results in a LDAP error of InvalidDNSyntax. We're running OES 2018

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Re: Binding to LDAP using UPN

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@mmoshcs wrote:

We're evaluating a new product and it does AD/LDAP integration.

When it attempts to authenticate the user, it use the UPN format for the username.

Is there any solution people are aware of to get this working


That's not much to go on...

  1. Are you using DSfW?
  2. What is the new product you are evaluating? Maybe someone here is familar with it.
  3. "When it attempts to authenticate": please elaborate... who, what, where, etc.
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Re: Binding to LDAP using UPN

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And do you point it at the ldap instance of DSFW? Or native eDir? In the latter case I'm not surprised. In the former, I am.

And what version?

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Re: Binding to LDAP using UPN

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Thanks everyone for the replies, long story short I stuffed by as I forgot the dsfw domain is a subdomain , ad.shc.sa.edu.au and not shc.sa.edu.au. The returned ldap error of invaliddnsyntax lead me down the wrong path thinking it wasn't supported.

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