How do I find LDAP User and Group Base DN for Microsoft Active Directory?
In Reporter 9.x, it is possible to add an LDAP server. Integrating Reporter with backend LDAP configuration enables standard Reporter users to take advantage of additional features, such as defining roles based on manager-direct report structures.
In order to allow Reporter to query your LDAP server for users and groups, you must specify a user and group base DN.
To find out your user and group base DN, you can run a query from any member server on your Windows domain.
To find the User Base DN:
TIP: This link provides you with a discussion on what Microsoft tools are available: BLOG
NOTE: Links to other LDAP articles for Reporter.
For more details on how to setup LDAP on Reporter, see KB3353
For details on how to use the search user, and what rights it needs in AD, see KB4407
For details on how LDAP nested groups work in Reporter, see KB3826
For details on what the errors mean after you press the LDAP test button, see FAQ813
For details on what the LDAP atributes mean, see KB3560
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