Hi, Previously we have used Atlassian Crowd as a source for user data in various applications, both in-house built and proprietary such as JIRA or Confluence. As we have deployed FreeIPA, I would like to start using it as the identity source. Unfortunately using Kerberos is not always possible so I am thinking about LDAP which often is an option in 3rd party applicaitons.
Anonymous access to the FreeIPA LDAP is enabled by default. Is it possible to configure username/password to access the information? Currently vSphere has a problem with anonymous access to LDAP not working as intended. Ofcourse it would be nice to be able to restrict access anyways. If using FreeIPA LDAP as the identity source, how should authentication be handled? Is it possible to read the hash code for passwords? Is it possible to authenticate against the LDAP service? Any advice appreciated! Best regards, Thomas -- Thomas Raehalme CTO, teknologiajohtaja Mobile +358 40 545 0605 Codecenter Oy Väinönkatu 26 A, 4th Floor 40100 JYVÄSKYLÄ, Finland Tel. +358 10 322 0040 www.codecenter.fi Codecenter - Tietojärjestelmiä ymmärrettävästi _______________________________________________ Freeipa-users mailing list Freeipaemail@example.com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/freeipa-users