Configure Drupal login using LDAP / Active Directory
Drupal LDAP Login module allows your LDAP / Window Active Directory users to login to Drupal using their LDAP / Active Directory ( AD ) credentials. In addition to LDAP, this module also allows you to login using NTLM and Kerberos. We provide Drupal LDAP/AD SSO login module which is compatible with Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Drupal 9, and as well as Drupal 10.
It allows users to authenticate against various LDAP implementations like Microsoft Active Directory, OpenLDAP, OpenDS, FreeIPA, Synology,
and other directory systems as well as perform authentication using NTLM and Kerberos.
If you have any doubts or queries, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will help you to configure the module. If you want, we can also schedule
an online meeting to help you configure the Drupal LDAP / Active Directory integration SSO login module.
Setup Video for configuring LDAP/AD SSO Authentication with Drupal
You can follow the steps in the video or documentation below to configure LDAP and Active Directory SSO Login with Drupal:
Steps to configure Drupal LDAP / Active Directory login module
Once you have enabled the module, go to the configuration and select Drupal Active Directory Integration / LDAP Integration - NTLM & Kerberos login configuration as shown in the below image:
Enter your AD Server URl and click on the Contact LDAP Server to test your connection with your LDAP server.
Then, enter the Bind Account DN and Bind Account Password for your AD server and click on Test Connection to test the whether you are able to bind to your AD server.
In the next screen that you see, select the Search Base(s) and the Search Filter/Username Attribute with which your users will be searched while logging in.
1. Search Base: This is the LDAP hierarchy under which your users will be searched.
2. Search Filter/Username Attribute: While logging in Drupal, your users will be searched by this attribute in your AD.
3. Click on the Next button to go to the next step.
Click on check box to Enable Login using LDAP and Auto creating of users in Drupal if not present.
Click on Save & Next button.
Congratulations, you have successfully configured the LDAP module. Now please test the LDAP user present in selected search base by entering the username and password of the user.
Click on Test Authentication and you will get all the Attributes of the user.
Now, please select the attribute name from the dropdown in which you will get your ldap user's email address and click on Save & Next button.
You have successfully configured the module. Now your users can login to your Drupal website using their LDAP credentials.
Also, if you want to enable NTLM or Kerberos login, please go to the Signin Settings tab and select the below-highlighted checkbox and click on the Save button to save your Configurations:
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If you have any questions regarding the guide or in case you are facing any issues configuring the module, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com
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In case you want some additional features to be included in the module, please get in touch with us, and we can get that custom-made for you.
Also, If you want, we can also schedule an online meeting to help you configure the Drupal Microsoft Active Directory/LDAP SSO login integration module.
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