UPDATE:  I found that this actually *is* working properly (it checks
Active Directory then falls back to standard auth if Active Directory

I'd still appreciate any information anyone can provide on mapping RB
groups to Active Directory or LDAP groups.


On Apr 27, 2:51 pm, Game_Maker wrote:
> I haven't been able to find in the documentation or the forums any
> information on how Active Directory or LDAP requests from reviewboard
> are themselves authenticated.  For security reasons, we disallow
> anonymous/unauthenticated queries against our Active Directory/LDAP
> service.  Is this possible with the current version of RB?
> Also, if I want to tie reviewboard groups to Active Directory or LDAP
> groups, is that possible?
> Any assistance or insights are greatly appreciated!
> =======
> From the bug template:
> =======
> What version are you running?
> 1.5.4 on Ubuntu Server 10.04.2 (lucid)
> What's the URL of the page containing the problem?
> n/a
> What steps will reproduce the problem?
> 1.  Configure Windows Active Directory to disallow anonymous queries
> 2.  Configure reviewboard to use Active Directory authentication;
> point to Active Direcory service from step 1.
> 3.  Observe that Active Directory queries from review board fail
> What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
> Expected outcome is that users and passwords are now checked against
> the Windows Active Directory instead of the standard/builtin user
> database.
> What operating system are you using? What browser?
> Ubuntu Server 10.04.2 (lucid) [reviewboard]
> Python v2.6.5 [reviewboard]
> Windows Server 2003 [Active Directory]
> Please provide any additional information below.

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