Not an expert, but have the basic working fine, just need to get it work how I would like now, so any help appreciated.
CentOS 6.0 - 64bit — had to add libldb.i686 for JVM
Name : mysql
Arch : x86_64
Version : 5.1.52
Release : 1.el6_0.1
adminDN: cn=mrfoo,cn=Users,dc=foo,dc=local — email@example.com also worked for me
Username Field: sAMAccountName
Search Fields — I left this blank
Advanced Settings > User Filter: (&(objectClass=organizationalPerson)(mail=*)) — add everybody with an email address, if they have no email address in AD they they will not be added
Group Field: cn — the default
Member Field: member — the default
Description: description — the default
Advanced Settings > Group Filter: (&(objectClass=group)(cn=Access-Test_Jabber)) — I had a test group in AD created
Currently, it pulls in the entire LDAP from our server (Server 2003) using the baseDN, and using my domain account as adminDN , and then adding myself as the Openfire admin, all works fine, upon using the Openfire admin GUI I see all users, all 3500 of them.
I have Openfire up and running on the above but I’m having difficulty configuring the AD/LDAP side of things, I only what a particular group of AD users to be able to authenticate, with my current configuration any domain user, using their credentials, can login to Openfire via the Spark chat client and chat, I wish to restrict use to a certain group of users, in my case Access-Test_Jabber, I cannot get this work.
When I go to User/Groups > Groups the Access-Test_Jabber group is displayed a long with its 2 test users, who can also login using a chat client, what I want is only the users in that group to be able to login.