1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 11, 2008 8:55 AM by JasonCSBSJU

    CPS 1.1

      Hi ..

      I'm trying to configure LDAP authentication as per the manual. LDAP is our AD which we can walk with no problems using the same credentials.

      When I try a test from the CPS manager it generates - 08/12/08 15:38:11 Config. No property for plugin_ldapUsers/groupBranches

      The CPS support site also seems to indicate theres a 1.11 available. Has anyone managed to download this ? .. all the links from the site lead to dead ends or to the full contribute trial download - not CPS. http://www.adobe.com/support/cps/downloads.html

      I am running Tomcat 6.0.18 JRE 6 update 10 (1.6.0_10-b33) .. I notice on the pre reqs they only list Tomcat 5.x .. should I expect it to work in 6.x ?
        • 1. Re: CPS 1.1

          We currently just set up a CPS on Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 (32bit) with tomcat 5.5.26 and Java version 1.6 update 7. Since CPS runs on Java, the operating system environment shouldn't matter. I went with tomcat 5.5 since CPS is an older application and since tomcat 5.5 should be more stable than the 6 branch.

          I have directory services set up with our AD infrastructure via LDAP over SSL. I set it up via unencrypted LDAP first though. I've replaced our domain settings with our.domain.com and our domain controller with dc.our.domain.com Here are the settings that work for us:
          URL: ldap://dc.our.domain.com
          For the access username/password, it must be a valid AD user. Try allowing the user to login it all workstations before limiting that (for security purposes).
          Max search results: 100
          Connection timeout: 0
          Authentication method: LDAP bind (auto-find user DN)

          On the User search tab:
          Full name attribute: DisplayName
          E-mail address attribute: mail
          Username attribute: sAMAccountName

          I added two search branches, one for our regular accounts and another for our admin accounts. Note that this should point to your AD OUs where your user accounts are stored:
          OU=Accounts,OU=Our Admins,DC=our,DC=domain,DC=com

          We don't use AD groups, so I didn't configure that. All fields are blank.

          Good luck,