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Integrate AD Users/Groups

Allow single sign on for my users.

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  • John Aretopoulos commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This feature request is in essence the same with the next one tiltled: "Feature - Active Directory/LDAP Auth". If the two are combined, we easily get 282 votes which is clearly the top requested feature!

    Since there are are people who offered to work on it or even sponsor this development, can you please put it at a higher priority?


  • David commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This would be very useful. For some applications, it is essential.

  • Fabiano Pallonetto commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would like to use this software for my University Department but I need to assign the same document to more than one user, so user groups are really essential to us.
    Thank you and please vote this features...

  • Steve C commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    One could use Kerberos for SSO. This has been integrated into Web servers many times, so plenty of documentation out there. One only needs to get a ticket from Kerberos (which usually has a life time of 8 hours) and then log onto any Kerberized system with no password after getting the ticket.
    But then... you would have to manage a Kerberos server.
    Only LDAP systems that i've encountered that supported SSO had Kerberos on the back end.

  • AdminStephen Lawrene (Owner, OpenDocMan) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    With the release of 1.2.6beta and the new plugin feature I am hoping that an LDAP authentication plugin will be created. Either by me, or preferably by someone else who needs the functionality and would like to donate the code back to the project. :)

  • AnonymousCow commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'm not so concerned with single sign on, just authentication against LDAP/AD. SSO requires much browser dependencies, but if my users had only one passward to remember, I'd be happier.

  • Danny Bryant commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Basically, SSO means that my login credentials automatically pass thru to other applications requiring authentication. In a Windows environment, usually once I log into my computer, any of the other apps just request credentials from my system so I don't have to possibly create a new user id and/or password(s)

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