Windows Active Directory is a directory service created by Microsoft. Active Directory uses a number of standardized protocols to provide a variety of network service, including LDAP. LDAP is Lightweight Directory Access Protocol for accessing directories over an IP network.
You configure LDAP settings in the following way:
Enter the name of the server where LDAP is hosted.
NOTE: In case you want to use a backup server, you can enter more than one server with its fully-qualified DNS host name separated by semicolon. For example enter, myhost.example.com;mybackupserver.example.com
NOTE: You can use this setting only if you have selected NTLM as logon authentication type.
Enter the type of authentication.
The default type is Negotiate, which indicates that Microsoft Negotiate authentication is used on the connection.
LDAP uses the following attribute abbreviations:
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