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miniOrange LDAP Gateway is a small piece of software that can reside on a shared machine. miniOrange LDAP Gateway allows users to login to publicly/privately hosted sites using credentials stored in Active Directory, OpenLDAP and other LDAP servers. If the LDAP Server is not publicly accessible from your site, this module can be used in conjunction with the miniOrange LDAP Gateway, which is deployed at the DMZ server in the intranet.
Another benefit of this module is that multiple LDAP Configurations can be stored for multiple users of a WordPress based Shared Hosting/ Cloud Service Provider and mapping to the username can be done on the basis of the domain name.
This gateway can be deployed in your own server OR in a domain controller. All Login requests made by miniOrange LDAP/AD Shared Hosting plugin are in HTTP/HTTPS and sent to miniOrange Cloud IDP, which redirects the same to the LDAP Gateway.
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If your site is hosted on shared hosting platform like Bluehost, Dreamhost, Flywheel, etc and you are unable to do the following:
Then you can go with LDAP Intigration for Shared Hosting Environment Plugin. This plugin works over the HTTP API calls to miniOrange servers and from miniOrange servers to your Active Directory server. The LDAP configuration will be stored on a miniOrange cloud based identity provider.
Note : All the LDAP Server information like LDAP URL, Bind Account DN, password etc are stored in miniOrange LDAP Gateway.
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