[CentOS] Anyone using Active Driectory auth with Centos 5.4.....?
Pat and Lori Boyer
pboyer at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 16:57:20 UTC 2010
I've had decent luck with LDAP authentication for Apache. AD does not
support anonymous LDAP searches so you have to have a user account that has
the ability to search AD. Here's a modified sample config (.htaccess or
httpd.conf) that includes security group membership checks. This would
require that a user login with their Windows domain username and password
and that the user be a member of the AD security group 'managers':
AuthName "Windows Domain Credentials - Managers Only"
require group managers
On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Tom Bishop <bishoptf at gmail.com> wrote:
> I looked over an most of which I have already done, the last piece that I
> am trying to address is how to do authentication with Apache against active
> directory, mod_auth_pam is one way but I have not had any luck getting it to
> compile with the latest Apache....Thanks
> On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 6:49 PM, Arvind P R <iinfi1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I had written a blog quite some time back on this. There might be some
>> glitches in it, but will give you some clue. The blog is
>> i am sitting at the airport with my mobile so cant find you the
>> correct thread in the blog. Let me know if it helps.
>> On 2/8/10, Tom Bishop <bishoptf at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Setting up a new backuppc for a small group of device and I am running
>> > centos 5.4 with winbind setup and working. Everything is working and I
>> > would like the users to authenicate using their AD creds and was
>> > what folks are using to do that with apache 2.2 and centos 5.4. I know
>> > about mod_auth_pam but that seems pretty dead so I was just wondering
>> > folks were using and whats the easiest to setup. Any pointers to any
>> > to's would be appreciated...Thanks.
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