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issue with LDAP sign in

Hello experts,

We have hooked up our BO application with LDAP in our company. In BOE configuration evry thing went fine. But, when the user from LDAP side tries to login into BO it is not accepting their USER ID's indeed they are able to login with their full CN and DN names.

Details..

> users cannot login with their original id's.

> but they are able to login with cn and dn names.

I tried to change the settings of BO searching criteria in ldap groups. but i am not able to do that.

anyone faced these kind of issue.. please help me guys.

Points will be assigned for every small clue.

Thanks

Prashanth

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  • Posted on Aug 20, 2009 at 04:28 AM

    The user search name is the value you should be looking at in the LDAP attributes, that's the one that it will send to LDAP on a logon attempt. If you changed this value after mapping a group, I'm not sure but you may have to remap the group to get the change.

    So on the LDAP side verify the user search attribute = the username you expect to login with (i.e. cn, samaccountname, uid, etc)

    Regards,

    Tim

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 11:16 PM

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