[p4] Problems getting LDAP Active Directory Authentication working

Matt Janulewicz Matt.Janulewicz at lucasfilm.com
Tue May 7 11:03:14 PDT 2013

You could also go through multiple domains and try to bind to them. It's been forever since I've looked at our script and it turns out we do this, too.

I just set a variable '$login_success=FALSE' and switch it to TRUE (or anything else) if the bind succeeds:

if( $result->code ){
        $login_success = "FALSE";
else {
        exit 0;

... then all that other diagnostic stuff I posted earlier goes here ...

Matt Janulewicz
Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd.

From: perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com [perforce-user-bounces at perforce.com] on behalf of Randomsense [perforce-user-forum at forums.perforce.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 10:55 AM
To: perforce-user at perforce.com
Subject: Re: [p4] Problems getting LDAP Active Directory Authentication working

Posted on behalf of forum user 'Randomsense'.

Thanks for the feedback. I'm in the process of working with Perforce support
as well. It looks like it issue is related to what CN I'm pointing to. In
the few LDAP configurations I've dealt with before you could specify a
container and it would look at it and everything under it (including
subfolders). It doesn't seem to be the case here and I have to specify the
exact CN that holds the account(s).

Since our users are scattered in a few different CN's I now need to figure
out how to specify more than one path or (the better option) specify an AD group
that I'll add our Perforce users to (probably called PerforceUsers).

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