Administrator Login LDAP Password Only

Denny Chanditya Lv1Posted 27 Jul 2022 15:35

Hello all,
Is there any way to config user for login using LDAP Only without setting the local password?
if i setting this password, the user will have 2 password for login, we need to avoid this so the users only can login using ldap password only. Try to create users without password but it shows error.

we using IAM 5400 Firmware 13.0.15.


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RegiBoy Lv4Posted 27 Jul 2022 15:58
Last edited by RegiBoy 27 Jul 2022 16:15.

Yes, just set up a new External Auth Server and automatically it will not used the local authentication.

Step 1.

    Add a new LDAP Server under the External Auth Server.


   Step 2.

   Enter the details such as Server Name, IP Address of the external authentication server, the admin account username and password and select the BaseDN. After entered all the details, click the Test Validity to check whether able to connect the external authentication server or not.


   Step 3.

   After tested the validity, a message will prompt out to show the result.


   Step 4.

   Click the Sync with all LDAP servers to sync all the data.

Adonis001 Lv2Posted 28 Jul 2022 08:34
If you setup an external auth server, Local auth is disabled by default.
Noah19 Lv2Posted 28 Jul 2022 09:27
I think you must finished setup first the external auth then test.
rivsy Lv4Posted 01 Aug 2022 15:12
Please try to use AD if local account and password will login
Imran Tahir Lv4Posted 01 Aug 2022 15:57

use AD if your local account and password will log in
kmrnliaqat Lv3Posted 01 Aug 2022 16:08
use AD if your local account and password will log in
Faisal P Lv8Posted 01 Aug 2022 21:20
Each Active Directory or LDAP user logs in to SL1 using his/her Active Directory or LDAP username and password, and SL1 will use Active Directory or LDAP to authenticate that user.
jetjetd Lv4Posted 02 Aug 2022 00:54
Just create 1 account in local authentication (your account). This is use for management purposes. The rest of the users' account will be created under LDAP already.
Pat Lv3Posted 02 Aug 2022 08:30
Using AD for your login of local account and password

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