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LDAP (Light Weight Directory Access Protocol) is an application protocol for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services from LDAP server over an Internet Protocol (IP) network. The LDAP directory services provide an organized set of records, often with a hierarchical structure such as a corporate email directory. 

Adeptia Suite uses its own database to store user and group information. When you access Adeptia Suite, the username and password get authenticated from the Adeptia Suite database. You can also configure Adeptia Suite to use an LDAP Server for authentication. For this, you need to configure LDAP Server properties in Adeptia Suite to allow LDAP users to access Adeptia Suite. When an LDAP user access Adeptia Suite, the username and password gets authenticated from the LDAP Server.

This guide is intended for administrators to integrate Adeptia Suite with LDAP server.

Following is the list of prerequisites before you configure LDAP in Adeptia Suite:

  • Installed LDAP Server.
  • Administrative rights in Adeptia Suite to enable LDAP authentication and authorization.
  • Adeptia Suite is certified with Windows Active Directory and Open LDAP server. 

Following are the major sections of this guide:

Section NameDescription
Configuring Adeptia Suite to use LDAP Server for AuthenticationStep-by-step instructions to enable LDAP Services in Adeptia Suite.

Managing User Privileges

Mapping LDAP users to System Admin user or Business user in Adeptia Suite.
Configuring default user type for LDAP userConfiguring default user type for LDAP user.
Configuring default group of LDAP userConfiguring default group for LDAP user.

Mapping User Details from LDAP Server to Adeptia Server

Mapping user details from LDAP server to Adeptia server.
Accessing Adeptia SuiteProcedure to access Adeptia Suite.

Managing LDAP User Group

Managing user and groups in LDAP server.
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