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In case somebody else is struggling... I faced the same problem and got the error message "An error was encountered trying to retrieve the SSL cipher strength" when trying to enable LDAP via SSL. I had to change the settings under "Synchronisation Service Manager > Connectors select your domain connector > Properties". Under "...


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Yes, you can allow access to Kerberos and LDAP directly over the internet. Carefully. Kerberos was designed to run over untrusted networks. Only run LDAP over TLS; disable unencrypted service. Limit what an anonymous user can query. Check how sensitive data in LDAP is, would there be a compliance or legal problem if some PII leaked? Knowing a user's IP ...


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My observations might help someone to analyze their issue. First of all Event ID:1216 is generated on the Active Directory when the client (as in my question, I have mentioned JNDI, in this case the client is nothing but the LdapContext/DirContext) closes its underlying Socket.Have a look at this link. LdapContext is nothing but a connection, formed using ...


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Unmount the one you mounted on your machine locally and restart the HDFS service. Start mounting the ndfs to the local file system so that you can locally access the files within hdfs.


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First, looks like you're sending your password over the wire in clear text. Don't do that. Get some kind of TLS going, either starttls or LDAPS . Also, dn.base="" and dn.base="cn=Subschema" are generally controlled by a different backend than the one you'll be applying ACLs to, so you might want to check if you even need those lines where ...


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In Apache 2.4.8 and later, this is now possible: SetEnvIf Request_URI "/projects/([-a-z0-9A-Z_]+)/" project_name=$1 Require ldap-group cn=%{env:project_name}, ou=groups, dc=test Note that the spaces in the Require directive may be needed. See the mod_authnz_ldap documentation, especially example 5. Thanks to Buri for finding the answer to this old ...


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