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Multiple LDAP support

Does SiteScope support multiple LDAP config? I have to get multi domain users to allow to login, i dont see an option for configuring multiple LDAP strategies. Is there a way to do this?

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Admiral Admiral
Admiral

Hello

Actually this is not possible, however, try this:

"You can specify multiple LDAP service providers by entering either the hostname and/or the IP address of each LDAP service provider separated by a semicolon (";"). SiteScope reads the list of LDAP service providers and searches for the available provider from the list."

If above workaround is not helpful, then I suggest to open a case so an enhancement request could be raised.

Allan Delgado Calderon
Customer Support Engineer

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Actually one can provide LDAP server URL having redundancy by itself.

For instance, around Active Directory LDAP, there are many customer cases using domain name only address, rather than pointing down to the specific LDAP server out of many, then let Active Directory choose proper one.

Many LDAP distributions should have similar configurations, so please check with your LDAP administrator for further details.

Regards,

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