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Legacy Authentication Methods

Platform
OnBase
Product
Legacy Authentication Methods
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

LDAP requires some form of authentication (server bind) in order to perform searches. Some LDAP servers allow an anonymous bind, while others require user authentication. OnBase access must be configured to perform searches on the LDAP server.

Setting

Function

Anonymous

This is the recommended setting if the server supports searches with an anonymous bind.

Current User Credentials

Authenticates against the currently logged in user. This only works with Active Directory.

Proxy User

Authenticate against a specific user account. The user need only have sufficient rights to performs searches and read entries. Enter the user's distinguished name in the User DN field and supply the Password. Passwords up to 50 characters are supported.

Pre-6.2 version compatibility

Select this option to store the password in the database as plain text for compatibility with pre-6.2 versions. If this option is not selected the password is encrypted when stored in the database.