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I'm writing some bespoke software for a school as part of my final year project. One the the ...
12th February 2009, 08:01 PM #1
RM CC3 and LDAP
I'm writing some bespoke software for a school as part of my final year project. One the the desirable features in LDAP integration. Students and Staff need to be able to login so I will need to use the curriculum network.
I've got the LDAP authentication working in my virtual machine with a standard windows 2003 domain controller.
The school runs RM CC3 on windows 2003 servers, are there any specific problems to look out for when trying to use LDAP on an RM server. Does anyone have an useful tips for a smooth integration? Assume that the Active directory LDAP to query will be on server \\prefix-sr-001??
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12th February 2009, 08:06 PM #2
LDAP works just fine on CC3, we're using it for several services here.
Fire me a pm if you want to know anything specific, i.e. locations for students, staff, etc.
12th February 2009, 08:46 PM #3
Ditto - not an issue at all. RM's only interaction with AD/LDAP is to add some schema changes, the rest is bog standard.
25th April 2009, 08:49 AM #4
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Integrating HP Wireless Edge Services Module with CC3
I too am trying to query the CC3 LDAP server. I am v.v new to this, and am a bit lost with the whole OU=??, DC=??. Any advice would be appreciated.
Basically, our wireless system wants to talk to our CC3 server using LDAP, and I do not know what to put into the different fields on the configuration form. If I post a screen capture, could someone help?
25th April 2009, 08:53 AM #5
Yes, post a screenshot and we'll sort it out.
15th February 2010, 03:59 PM #6
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What is the user password field called in the LDAP?
Also what encoding is it using?
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