I’‘ve searched through the forum and FAQ’‘s quite a bit but couldn’‘t find a strait answer. I’‘m installing Wildfire on an XP Pro box that’'s a member of an Active Directory domain.
I need to find the correct syntax for the various fields in the setup boxes. The error message I keep getting when I test my settings is “Invalid DN Syntax or Naming Violation”. I’‘m sure I’'m just inputting the information wrong.
Active Directory Server: MAIL
Domain Name: dblanchard.com
Connection Settings Fields:
Server Type: (Active Directory)
If you could please let me know the proper syntax for these fields I would really appreciate it. Note that the chat server is going to be on a different computer from the AD server.
Language: Make your choice
Domain: The FQDN of the server. Wildfire.dblanchard.com
Admin port: 9090
Secure Admin Port: 9091
Server Type: AD
Base DN: cn=Users;dc=dblanchard;dc=com <---- if you have default setup, or no OU’'s for your users, otherwise use dc=dblanchard;dc=com
Administrator DN <-- should be an account with “Guest rights” a member of Domain Guests. You can use the UPN form of the name USER@dblanchard.com
User mapping: sAMAccountName
Add the filter:
(&(objectClass=user)(memberOf=CN=WF_users;CN=Users;DC=dblanchard;DC=com)) <— if you make a group and call it WF_Users and put all of the folks you want to have access, then you can pick and choose, otherwise the default works fine, all users of AD would then have rights to log on.
vCard Mappings need a little work, and once you get it working I can send you the config to put in place.
Choose Advanced settings fro groups
Add the filter if you want to preselect groups that begin with WF_ for the user Rosters
Thanks for the help! Looks like it was the Base DN where I was botching it. Server is up and running. Have a good one.
I have setup my user mappings like you have stated above and am still getting no where with this install.