vreesie wrote:Where do I leave the user name and password in the config for a connection to my ldap server ??
vreesie wrote:Cool, it works now, thanks. The only thing is that I hoped I would log users in automatically based on ldap (single sign on). Now still users have to enter their AD credentials. Any hint on that one ?
dalescott wrote:What if the "admin" had to create a user in both TimeTracker and OpenLDAP, and TimeTracker used the "TimeTracker" username/password to authenticate in OpenLDAP? It's a bit more work for the admin, and TimeTracker and OpenLDAP have to be kept in sync, but it would be simpler for the user. Is this an option?
dalescott wrote:In the future, if a user changed their password from TimeTracker, TimeTracker could update OpenLDAP, and if OpenLDAP didn't authenticate the TimeTracker username/password, the user could be prompted for the new password, and after OpenLDAP authenticates the TimeTracker password is updated. I think this is how Tryton works (or it could be MantisBT).
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