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Old 1st December 2007, 13:24
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Default LDAP and ISPConfig

If I setup LDAP on my server is there any way to integrate it into ispconfig?
So that make users once?
Or other options that I am not considering?
Either way I think LDAP is key for integrating products ie Drupal, Knoledgetree etc and would like to make it fit in as well as I can with ISPConfig?
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Old 2nd December 2007, 12:25
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You can not integrate ldap into ispconfig without changing a lot of sourcecode.

LDAP is sold as the solution for integrationg products but it is horrible to setup.
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Old 2nd December 2007, 13:03
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Default It seems to pull a lot of things together.

horde
civicrm
thunderbird
dotproject
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Old 2nd December 2007, 13:18
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I know several others as well. But this does not make ldap any better to setup or handle and the ISPConfig setup is a bit more complicated then these applications as they do have to care just for their own setup and do not have to configure many third party applications. You may integrate LDAP in ISPConfig if you like it but I dont have the time to do this.
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Default Understood.

Seems they can work together without true integration.
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So, how did you make them to work together? Did you have to write a script for syncing between ispconfig and openldap?
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Default Sorry I meant could work ?

Really have not had time yet, but I think LDAP is on my list of things to do for 2008. Can work nice with CiviCRM
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Thanks for that tip. I'll look into it, because civicrm's homepage seems down at the moment. Any other open source control panels that offer OpenLDAP integration?
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Default have not looked much yet so no

but webmin always has options.
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