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c# connecting to Active Directory over ssl give ldap server unavailable
LdapConnection ldapConnection = new LdapConnection(server + ":" + port); ldapConnection.AuthType = AuthType.Basic; ldapConnection.Credential = new System.Net.NetworkCredential(username, password); ldapConnection.SessionOptions.ProtocolVersion = 3; if (sslEnabled) { ldapConnection.SessionOptions.SecureSocketLayer = sslEnabled; } This is what I did and I am able to connect to AD over SSL. You said you have Java program connecting to the same server over SSL. Are you running the Java program from the same machine as your c#? if not and in case of a self signed certificate in AD, install that certificate in your client machine and try.

Categories : Dotnet

Using Active Directory/LDAP to Login user in ASP.NET 3.5 app
You can go over the PrincipalContext Like this: using (PrincipalContext pc = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, myDomainTextBox.Text)) { // validate the credentials bool cIsValid = pc.ValidateCredentials(myUserNameTextBox.Text, myPasswordBox.Password); if (cIsValid) { // Do some stuff } }

Categories : C#

How to get user Data from LDAP Active directory?
I got the solution: - I have change my filter variable and it starts working ..:) Here is my class and methods used: class LdapDataReciver: def get_access_token(self,data): user_detail = {'user_name':data} auth = HMAAuthentication(expire_duration=4*60*60) access_token = auth.create_access_token(user_detail) return access_token def get_group(self,list): groups=[] try: for entry in list: cn = entry.split(' ') cn1 = cn[0].split('=') groups.append(cn1[1]) return groups; except : raise AuthenticationException("userName does not exist") def authenticate_with_active_directory(self,username,password): try: l = ldap.initialize(settings.LDAP_URL) l.simple_bind(username, password)

Categories : Django

Active Directory LDAP move user to different OU - Ruby
This is how we solved it: @ldap.rename(olddn: user.dn, newrdn: "CN=#{user.cn}", delete_attributes: true, new_superior: "#{new_ou}") We also used the version of ldap-ruby on Github not the version on RubyGems.

Categories : Ruby

Using SSL to Authenticate LDAP/Active Directory Login
Here is the picture I get from you question web browser --(1)--> your-domian.com --(2)--> your client's AD server So you have purchased an SSL certificate for your-domain.com, so connection (1) is over SSL and all data is encrypted. However this speaks nothing about the connection to the AD server. Connection (2) may be over SSL, TLS or be plain connection. In other words you need to check what your login.php is doing behind the scenes to authenticate in AD. If the connection it uses is SSL or TLS your data is encrypted on that stage, otherwise it is not. So you are correct only in half. The data between the browser and your domain is encrypted, but the data between your domain and the AD server may or may not be.

Categories : PHP

Active Directory integration with Wordpress and LDAP
Here is a guide / code snippit for authenticating using PHP and active directory. If you are dead set on retrieving ALL users for some reason simply modify the filter, and then remove the break statement in the for loop. http://www.exchangecore.com/blog/how-use-ldap-active-directory-authentication-php/

Categories : PHP

Drupal 7 and LDAP authentication with Active Directory
Your problem is the baseDN apparently. on the first error, the authentication fails (login or password are wrong). As to the second one, there is some other problem in your configuration. Have you checked everything? Enabled the ports in iptables? Because it seems to fail when it tries to contact with the server (bind_method; Authentication Server or Configuration Error). I hope this helps at least to clarify the situation a little bit :)

Categories : Drupal

Checking for group membership in Active Directory using LDAP and PHP
I am not familiar with PHP's implementation of accessing LDAP/Active Directory so I can't help you there. What I can help you with is perhaps understanding where to get information from your domain structure in order to coherently assemble all those CN's, OU's, DN things. Log into the console of one of your domain controllers and open the "Active Directory Users and Computers" administrator tool. In the left window pane at the top will be the name of your domain, eg: somedomain.com Take note of your domain name. Now you need to find the location of the ECSDocket_Admin, ECSDocket_User, and ECSDocket_Viewer group objects within your domain structure. Click on the +(plus) sign next to your domain name (if it isn't already). You should see a bunch of folders (actually OU's and Directory'

Categories : PHP

get distinct list of cities from Active Directory via ldap
you need to perform a paged search operation to return more data than the default 1000 limit per query. Paged search works so that it still gets 1000 items per query but the server remembers where your search stopped, sends you a cookie and you can use this cookie later for subsequent search requests. The server will then return another 1000 items, and so on, until the server returns empty cookie -> the resultset is complete. This usually takes some amount of code to get all things right. I would recommend that if you plan to do more with ldap take a look at some well-established libraries for php, like adLDAP or AD-X. As for the search query itself, I recommend going the following way: You perform a search for all users who have the l attribute filled in: (&(objectcategory=person)

Categories : PHP

LDAP's ldap_search_s() fails on Windows Active Directory
Active Directory filtering syntax can be quite verbose. From what I can tell, you just need to modify your filter slightly. Try this : (&(objectClass=user)(distinguishedName=CN=ashwin,CN=Users,DC=test,DC=com)) However, for single user filtering, I'd try using the sAMAccountName. This generally follows a {FirstInitial}{LastName} format, and would be unique to the user (Ex. JSmith) : (&(objectClass=user)(sAMAccountName=JSmith))

Categories : C++

Spring, Active Directory and workstation : Ldap Error code 351
This should help. 49 531 1329 ERROR_INVALID_WORKSTATION Entry not allowed to log on to this computer. We have some JNDI Samples that work with AD (Assuming you know the proper parameters) You may find it easier to utilize a LDAP Browser and authenticate with that first then you know what parameters will work. We like Apache Studio. -jim

Categories : Spring

Authenticate via Active Directory using LDAP, Java Play Framework
The issue is the SECURITY_PRINCIPAL value you're trying to use is not a valid value that you can bind on. It's only possible to bind with a username, not the attributes associated with a user. Active directory allows you to bind on either username@domain or the user accounts full Distinguishing Name. The DN value is often something like... cn=username,cn=Users,dc=abc,dc=mycompany,dc=com but the actual value depends on your AD configuration. If you want to find a user by their email address, you'll need to bind using an administrator ID (or some ID that has the ability to search), search for the user with that specific email address, then rebind with their username to authenticate. Also, not that it changes anything, but in the bind name ("mail="+email+""") you have a closing " but no

Categories : Java

Disabling SSL Certificate Validation for Active Directory server using spring-ldap 1.3.1
Well, Thanks to Darren Hauge for providing a tricky solution that will not care about ssl certificate. Rewriting the solution here : public static void trustSelfSignedSSL() { try { SSLContext ctx = SSLContext.getInstance("TLS"); X509TrustManager tm = new X509TrustManager() { public void checkClientTrusted(X509Certificate[] xcs, String string) throws CertificateException { } public void checkServerTrusted(X509Certificate[] xcs, String string) throws CertificateException { } public X509Certificate[] getAcceptedIssuers() { return null; } }; ctx.init(null, new TrustManager[]{tm}, null); SSLContext.setDefault(ctx); } catch (Exception ex) { ex.printStackTrace(); } } All we need to create a utility class

Categories : Java

Connecting to and viewing data from Active Directory with Razor/MVC 3
How/which part of the MVC should connect to the AD (model or controller? Both? How should those parts communicate?) Controller - in this part of MVC arch occur the Logic of your Application. Only in the Controller happen the interaction between Active Directory. The Model is the source of Object often retrieve and store model state in a database. To the controller, model is the reference of what object looks like in order to work with View. To your next question you need a lot of examples and explanation to learned it. Try to go here : http://www.asp.net/mvc/overview/getting-started

Categories : C#

Searching User In Active Directory By Full Name
Change "... name='" & var5 & "'" to either "... displayName='" & var5 & "'" or "... sn='" & lastname & "' and givenName='" & firstname & "'" For the latter you need 2 variables: one with the first and the other with the last name.

Categories : Search

Active Directory authentication through ssl as anonymous user
I did some research and found other applications having similar issues. 1. Make sure you have imported your certificates into the keystore according to the Connect to LDAP or Other Services Via SSL instructions. 2. Make sure any certificates have been imported into the correct keystore; you may have multiple JDKs.

Categories : Java

Using Active Directory to login using a local user
This is all that the Websecurity.Login method does: public static bool Login(string userName, string password, bool persistCookie = false) { WebSecurity.VerifyProvider(); bool flag = Membership.ValidateUser(userName, password); if (flag) { FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(userName, persistCookie); } return flag; } You can write your own method that authenticates against AD and then looks up the user name and the does sets the auth cookie something like: public static bool MyLogin(string userName, string password, bool persistCookie = false) { bool flag = CheckADUser(userName, password); if (flag) { string mappedUsername = GetMappedUser(userName); if(mappedUsername != "") { FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCooki

Categories : C#

c# Active Directory Authentication User if Computer not in domain
I've tried this one. The computer now i'm using is not in domain. try { DirectoryContext context = new DirectoryContext(DirectoryContextType.DirectoryServer, "IP", "Username", "Password"); DirectoryEntry deDoc = Domain.GetDomain(context).GetDirectoryEntry(); } catch (Exception ex) { MessageBox.Show(ex.Message); }

Categories : C#

retrieve and display user image from active directory with c#
You should add an img tag with a src url to your handler you wrote (which should arguably be a HttpHandler for Web Forms) I'd imagine the url would look like <img src="http://myintranetsite/ADImageHandler alt="" />

Categories : C#

How to return user details from the Active Directory using PrincipalContext
I don't understand why you are mixing the new PrincipalContext with the old DirectoryEntry stuff. Doesn't make any sense..... Also - you're searching for all users, but in the end, you're returning only a single DirectoryEntry - why?!? If you're using the new PrincipalContext - then use the UserPrincipal - it contains nice and easy to use properties about the user - much easier to use and work with than the old DirectoryEntry stuf.... public List<UserPrincipal> GetAllUsersDetails() { using (var context = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, "WIN-SPDEV.com")) using (var searcher = new PrincipalSearcher(new UserPrincipal(context))) { var searchResults = searcher.FindAll(); List<UserPrincipal> results = new List<UserPrincipal>();

Categories : Asp Net

How do I find all the roles a user has in LDAP using the UnboundID LDAP SDK?
Use the following function. Assumption that you works with SUN LDAP (you use uid): Edited private boolean isGroupContainUser(LDAPConnection ldapConnection, String groupDn, String userDn) throws LDAPException { boolean ret = false; Entry groupEntry = ldapConnection.getEntry(groupDn); String[] memberValues = groupEntry.getAttributeValues("uniquemember"); if (memberValues != null) { DN ldapUserDn = new DN(userDn); for (String memberEntryDnString : memberValues) { DN memberEntryDn = new DN(memberEntryDnString); if (memberEntryDn.equals(ldapUserDn)) { ret = true; break; } } } return ret; }

Categories : Java

Query Active Directory in Java using a logged on user on windows
I'm going off of this guy's post. You can go with the commercial Jespa library, which uses NTLMv2. Or you can go with the open source com4j project that uses ADSI, created by Kohsuke Kawaguchi.

Categories : Java

Get active directory user group property in asp.net website - web.config
'I don't know if you can get this information by a web.config setting, but you can get this information from the System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement namespace. (if you're looking per user) You could store the domain name in the appsettings of the web.config and do something like... private static PrincipalContext _ctx = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["DomainName"]); public List<string> UserGroups(string userName) { List<string> ret = new List<string>(); using (UserPrincipal user = UserPrincipal.FindByIdentity(_ctx, userName)) { if (user != null) { foreach (Principal p in user.GetAuthorizationGroups()) { ret.Add(p.Name); } } }

Categories : C#

To retrieve logged in user's Active directory data from Websphere
Logged on user is represented as a set of principals within JAAS subject. Information like user name or email is not present there and is not supposed to. You have no other option other than query LDAP (Active Directory in your case). The statement like "i have already connected to active directory" does not make much sense. Yes, the user is authenticated by WAS through AD, but this does not mean that any sort of persistent connection exists.

Categories : Java

I need a script to detect if a computer is in an active directory user group
You could try something like this in PowerShell to check that the named computer is in the OU or not: Script: import-module activedirectory $OU = @() $CheckOU = "LaptopOU" $computerName = "Laptop12345" $user = get-adcomputer $computerName -Properties * $user.DistinguishedName -split "," | %{If($_ -match "OU="){$OU += $_ -replace "OU=",""}} If($OU -match $CheckOU){ "Computer:$computerName is in the OU:$CheckOU" # Do something... } Else{ "Computer:$computerName is not in the OU:$CheckOU" # Do something else.. } This will take a $computerName and get all the OU's that it's in from Active Directory and stores them in an $OU array. Then you can use that array to simply check if the computer is in the given OU ($CheckOU) or not by using the -match operator. Note: You

Categories : Powershell

I want to add a random generated password to my newly created Active Directory User
This is written so that $sourceData can be a string like the following. If you really want to pass $sourcedata as an array of char remove the [char[]] cast from the function. $sourcedata="abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789_-$" Function GET-Temppassword() { Param( [int]$length=10, [string[]]$sourcedata ) -join ([char[]] $sourcedata | GET-RANDOM -count $length) } get-temppassword $sourceData 20 GVTXxF13ibnBK5AQOu-P

Categories : Powershell

Determine User Active Directory Groups from Local Machine off Network
From the top: My current project requires that I validate a user against Active Directory groups. The catch is, the computer may not always be connected to the domain but users may still need to run the tool. At this point, you must therefore accept that any enforced security is able to be bypassed by an attacker since it is entirely enforced on the client. Not exactly part of the solution, but keep it in mind. I understand that I can't query Active Directory while I'm not connected, instead I'm trying to query the Machine SAM (MSAM). The Security Accounts Manager only stores the local accounts (MACHINENAMEAdministrator and others). It will not have domain user credentials. You are thinking of the LSA cache, which remembers the last N domain logins's credentials (where

Categories : C#

LDAP is not connecting
not sure if you use OpenLDAP or other ldap-compliant server, but for OpenLDAP (slapd), you should not need to do any special configuration steps to be able to connect to the server from a remote machine - the server listens on all available network interfaces on ports 389 ( ldap:// ) and 636 ( ldaps:// - ldap over SSL ). You can read more about network config for slapd here. I suspect you have either a network, DNS resolution or firewall problem. Try using telnet to check the network connection from a terminal client or Command Prompt, like this: telnet YOUR_SERVER_ADDRESS 389 You should get a bunch of nonsense from the ldap server and the telnet client should wait for your further input. If you see anything else, like connection refused and the telnet client exits it means there is f

Categories : PHP

How do I create a batch script that creates a task for a specific user in the Active Directory?
For it to run as that user you need to specify both username and password. schtasks.exe /create /? [snip] /U username Specifies the user context under which the command should execute. /P password Specifies the password for the given user context. [snip] So, for user 'jsmith', with password 'password1', your command will end up looking something like: schtasks.exe /create /u jsmith /p password1 /sc once /tn defrag /tr "\compnameC$Windowssystem32defrag.exe c:" /st 14:33:00

Categories : Windows

Authenticate user against active directory using MVC4 forms with optional input domainusername or just username
You could try to use double authentication solution using both Membership and PrincipalContext public bool ActiveDirectoryAuthentication(string username, string password) { var splittedCredentials = username.Split(new[] { "\" }, StringSplitOptions.None); switch (splittedCredentials.Length) { case 1: { var authenticated = Membership.ValidateUser(username, password); if (authenticated) { FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(username, false); } return authenticated; } case 2: { var principalContext = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, splittedCreden

Categories : C#

Failure connecting to ldap server from clearcase dir
ClearCase in itself shouldn't be concerned with LDAP, not directly at least, considering its level of integration with LDAP: When LDAP authentication is enabled, users enter names and passwords through standard ClearCase dialogs (for example CCRC or CCWeb), and ClearCase will use the LDAP protocol to deliver the appropriate authentication. This is not to say that ClearCase is integrated with LDAP, it merely runs on top of the operating system already configured to use the LDAP protocol. In other words, ClearCase authenticates with the operating system, and will support LDAP transparently if the OS is configured correctly to support LDAP. Note that may have changed with ClearTeam Explorer and CC 8.x So if you weren't using LDAP before the migration for authentication, check if t

Categories : Dotnet

How to write a Validation inside my model class to check if the user is Inside Active Directory or not
Please try this code: var searchResults = searcher.FindAll(); foreach (Principal p in searchResults) { if(p.SamAccountName == User.Identity.Name) { //your in! } }

Categories : C#

Active Directory user entry, and group entry
Use the below code PrincipalContext ouContex = new PrincipalContext(ContextType.Domain, "TestDomain.local", "OU=TestOU,DC=TestDomain,DC=local"); for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++) { try { UserPrincipal up = new UserPrincipal(ouContex); up.SamAccountName = "TestUser" + i; up.SetPassword("password"); up.Enabled = true; up.ExpirePasswordNow(); up.Save(); } catch (Exception ex) { } }

Categories : C#

Querying LDAP in VB.NET. I have the user account, and I want a list of groups the user in in
The memberOf attribute has distinguished name syntax, and is the DN of a group of which that user is a member. In other words, if the entry has a memberOf attribute, and that attribute has a value that is a valid group DN, then the user is already a member of that group.

Categories : Vb.Net

How to set gecos attribute in Active Directory using directory services(C#)
I finally found the way to access the attribute. Instead of using directly the DirectoryEntry to connect to the LDAP such as : DirectoryEntry DEBase = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" + DomaineName); I used DirectoryContext context = new DirectoryContext(DirectoryContextType.Domain, domaineName)); DirectoryEntry dERoot = System.DirectoryServices.ActiveDirectory.Domain.GetDomain(context).GetDirectoryEntry(); Then I have no problem accessing the gecos attribute

Categories : C#

Apache Directory studio ldap bind from php
The simple BIND request requires the DN, not the RDN. Should your BIND DN be something like uid=admin,ou=system,dc=example,dc=com? see also LDAP: Authentication best practices LDAP: Programming practices

Categories : Apache

Apache Directory LDAP - Paged searches
This file contains a demonstration of the simple paged results control extension as described in RFC2696. To compile and run, the UnboundID LDAP SDK is required. see also LDAP: Simple Paged Results Request Control LDAP: Programming Practices

Categories : Apache

LDAP authentication of user by application user
When authenticating against LDAP common work flow is Bind to LDAP using credentials you have. This user have to have at least read-only access to subtree with users. Often it is ou=People, ou=Domain, dc=com or similar. Query LDAP server for user's DN (here is where ANR might be useful) Try to bind to LDAP using user's DN and password supplied to your application This works because it is very common to give every user RW rights to his object in database. Very useful if you want user to be able to change their own password.

Categories : Authentication

NET Directory Services throws Error when quering LDAP server (not AD related)
You can use the PropertiesToLoad property to choose which properties to retrieve in the search. Note that if you later call the GetDirectoryEntry method on the SearchResult, it'll probably crash there, too. You could also try the lower level System.DirectoryServices.Protocols namespace.

Categories : Dotnet

LDAP user groups
Unless you are using the OpenLDAP memberOf overlay you have to do a search for groups with the DN of the user as a value of the group membership attribute, which might be uniqueMember or roleOccupant, depending on how you have set up your LDAP server. If you're using the memberOf overlay, just request the value of the memberOf attribute when you lookup the user.

Categories : Spring



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