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SSL for LDAP with 3rd party certs

Hi gurus 

 

Has anyone managed t successfully configure HPSM with LDAP over SSL using a 3rd party cert?

 

I need to configure the above feature. Any pointers will be appreciated.

 

Regards

AB

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Re: SSL for LDAP with 3rd party certs

Are you experiencing a particular error/problem after configuring it? I've helped several customers, but they were experiencing specific errors.  There really is no difference in the LDAP config for SM when using self-signed certs or certs signed by a CA.

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Re: SSL for LDAP with 3rd party certs

Hi brett

 

Even with the correct certificate path given. The error I get is " SASL bind error: Stronger authentication required".

 

Have you faced this before?

 

Regards

AB

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Re: SSL for LDAP with 3rd party certs

I've not run across that particular error before. Can you do the following:

 

1. Edit the sm.ini file and add the following parameter

 

ldapstats:2

 

2. Save the sm.ini file

3. Clear the sm.log so we start fresh

4. Login to SM

5. Generate the problem

6. Grab the sm.log

7. Upload it here so I can see what the trace parameter has placed in the log

 

Also what LDAP server is being used? 

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