Step 1: Sign into LDAP server
Fill out the form with your credentials provided by your LDAP administrator and connect to LDAP server.
Step 2: Find your objectClass names
Navigate through tree entities structure and locate some user records you are interested in.
Investigate detail information about selected records (using table editor tab, context menu etc.). Search for object class name that user records have in common.
Then locate and investigate your Group records to find out their common object class name.
Typical names of object classes are:
- for user: person, user, employee or posixAccount
- for group: group, posixGroup
In examples above we found out that our users have common objectClass posixAccount (or inetOrgPerson) and groups have common objectClass posixGroup.
Step 3: Fill connector setup form
3.1 Use full URL with DN
An LDAP URL is a string that contains target DN of an entry within that server, or the criteria for performing a search within that server. Example: ldap://hostname.com/dc=ldap,dc=seconddomain,dc=maindomain,dc=com
3.2 Username and Password
These credential should be provided by your LDAP administrator.
3.3 User and Group object class
Use values you have found out in step 2.