(RADIATOR) Active directory radiator question
hugh at open.com.au
Thu Feb 12 19:46:05 CST 2004
Hello Filipe -
As mentioned in a previous mail, there is an example in the file
"goodies/ad-ldap.cfg" in the Radiator distribution.
On 12 Feb 2004, at 20:47, Filipe Clemente wrote:
> We have radiator 3.8 installed on a linux system and we want active
> directory to authenticate the users. Is it possible to have this done
> without using another radiator installed on a win2k box so we can
> proxy the requests?
> If yes using <ldapv2> ?
> If anyone have this done please send the configuration for it. (I know
> u are going to tell me that is much easier to have a win2k box but I
> will prefer if possible the other solution – having radiator on a
> linux system)
> Filipe Clemente
NB: have you included a copy of your configuration file (no secrets),
together with a trace 4 debug showing what is happening?
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