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How do you switch from port 389 to port 636 for LDAP queries?

02/19/2020 510 views

As of March 2020 Microsoft will not support LDAP queries on port 389. How do I get ready?

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First and foremost:
Setup your AD that it supports LDAPS. This is nothing KACE will do for you.
(it can help if you need to share certs or similar)

Then change everywhere the Port from 389 to 636 and the server from to ldaps:// (use your own servers here)
1. LDAP-Labels: SMA/adminui/ldapfilter_list.php
2. User Auth: SMA/adminui/settings_authentication.php
and follow the labels/user groups from there

At the same time you could also setup your appliance for using a TLS certificate.

Answered 02/19/2020 by: Nico_K
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