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ldap_integration [2010/08/31 19:25]
aorth
ldap_integration [2012/02/06 08:43] (current)
aorth [Apache Authentication]
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 It's possible to use Basic authentication via Active Directory in web applications. It's possible to use Basic authentication via Active Directory in web applications.
  
-Make sure Apache has mod_perl installed and working first (''apt-get install libapache2-mod-perl2 libapache2-mod-perl2-dev''), then install the required AD Auth package and any dependencies it has using CPAN:+Make sure Apache has ''mod_perl'' installed and working first
 +<code># apt-get install libapache2-mod-perl2 libapache2-mod-perl2-dev 
 +# a2enmod perl 
 +# apache2ctl graceful</code> 
 + 
 +Install the required perl dependencies for Apache and LDAP: 
 +<code># apt-get install libauthen-simple-ldap-perl</code> 
 + 
 +Install the required AD Auth package and any dependencies it has using CPAN:
 <code>$ sudo cpan <code>$ sudo cpan
 > install Apache2::AuthenMSAD</code> > install Apache2::AuthenMSAD</code>
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    #require valid-user    #require valid-user
-   require user aorth akihara jmagochi</file>+   require user aorth akihara</file>
  
 That stanza can go in a VirtualHost, a Directory, a Location, etc... restart Apache and you're golden.  That stanza can go in a VirtualHost, a Directory, a Location, etc... restart Apache and you're golden. 
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