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LDAP Authentication with Duplicate Login IDs

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I was able to get LDAP to authenticate against both domains, but I found that there are many users that have the same ID's as other people causing obvious conflicts.

I have noticed that there is LDAP information on the Operator record, but I can't find any details on how that functions.

Can I set specific Operators to only authenticate against 1 domain?

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Re: LDAP Authentication with Duplicate Login IDs

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Those settings are for the entire operator file, not just specific operators/users. I am not aware of away of accomplishing what you are trying to do. I recommend opening a support case for further exploration, which may result in an Enhancement Request.

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That hasn't really helped me. Do you happen to know the formatting that should be used? Is there a service that I need to enable or a setting I need to change to enable the use of these fields? I have tried every combination that I can think of with no success.

Here is what I thought should work:

LDAP Base Name: DC=COMPANY,DC=COM

LDAP User DN: DC=DOMAIN1

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Re: LDAP Authentication with Duplicate Login IDs

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Those settings are for the entire operator file, not just specific operators/users. I am not aware of away of accomplishing what you are trying to do. I recommend opening a support case for further exploration, which may result in an Enhancement Request.

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