I have been tasked with installing Telligent Community and including LDAP connectivity. The documentation that I've found showed that this feature has been removed in 10.1.
I just wanted to find out if there was another way to connect using my LDAP credentials.
Thanks for your time,
You would need to configure your installation to use windows authentication, the link you provided is functionality that has since been removed:https://community.telligent.com/community/10/w/user-documentation/62031/how-can-i-enable-authentication-via-windows-active-directory-ad
Thank you so much for replying. I tried this and found the document to have holes. For example, it says to edit "communityserver_override.config" in the Job Service directory. I have a Job Server directory, but not Job Service. Also, since I don't have a communityserver_override.config file, where do I get it? I tried creating a new empty file and pasting in what I needed from the instructions, but that did not work.
If you don't have a job service, you did not install the job server properly, but that really is referring to the directory the job service exe is in. If you don't have an override file, create a file named communityserver_override.config with the following contents:
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
Thank you again. That was very helpful. I've completed those steps, but I am still having issues logging in with my windows credentials. Our AD group has over 500 users and the default admin account I created is no longer working, so is there a manual sync that I need to run? If so, how do I do that?
I also wasn't too sure of what to enter into the server name "LDAP://" . Is this the IP address of my domain controller, the name of the domain, or do I leave it blank?
Is your web server a member of your domain?