Im planning to use LDAP authentication, but it always fails even in testing.. do I missed something here most specally on the LDAP or AD server side? Where can I find the correct credentials that K1000 is looking in my AD? I believe that this is an administrator account but still fails... Help me Im drowning in a full of failures....

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The LDAP login for K1000 AD authentication must be entered in DOMAIN\Username format or in Distinguished Name Format (Ex: CN=bwhitman,OU=users,DC=kace,dc=com)
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You need to use a domain\username login for LDAP authentication in those fields.  More information can be found in the K1000 LDAP guide here:

Answered 01/26/2013 by: WhitzEnd
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