Our product provides seamless integration between your LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) system and DHIS2 (District Health Information System 2) instance, making it easy to manage user authentication and authorization for DHIS2.
With our product, you can synchronize user data between your LDAP server and DHIS2, allowing users to use their LDAP credentials to access DHIS2. This eliminates the need for users to remember separate credentials for DHIS2, streamlining the login process and improving user experience.
In addition, our product allows for granular access control to DHIS2 based on LDAP groups and attributes. This means you can easily control which users have access to which DHIS2 features and data based on their LDAP group membership or attributes. This ensures that only authorized users have access to sensitive data, helping to improve data security and compliance.
Overall, our product provides a powerful solution for integrating LDAP and DHIS2, making it easy to manage user authentication and authorization for your DHIS2 instance. Contact us to learn more about how our product can benefit your organization.
Synchronizing data between LDAP Server and DHIS2.
DHIS2 Role mapping based on LDAP groups.
DHIS2 OU mapping based on LDAP OUs.
DHIS2 Group mapping based on LDAP groups.
Our product is easy to set up and configure, with a simple installation process that requires no programming expertise. Once set up, our product provides automatic synchronization between your LDAP server and DHIS2, ensuring that user data is always up-to-date.
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