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Feature #753

Updated by Daniel Curtis over 4 years ago

This is a guide on how to setup LDAP authentication for users on Redmine. The LDAP server is OpenLDAP on FreeBSD 9, but should work on any LDAP server.

h2. Populate the LDAP Server

* Create the People Organizational Unit ldif file:
<pre>
vi ~/people-ou.ldif
</pre>
#* And add the following:
<pre>
dn: ou=People,dc=example,dc=com
objectclass: organizationalUnit
ou: People
</pre>

* Import the People OU file into the server:
<pre>
ldapadd -D "cn=Manager,dc=example,dc=com" -W -f ~/people-ou.ldif
</pre>

* Create the bob user ldif file:
<pre>
vi ~/bob.ldif
</pre>
#* And add the following:
<pre>
dn: cn=Bob Guy,ou=People,dc=example,dc=com Guy,ou=People,dc=gnetsolutions,dc=net
cn: Bob Guy
givenname: Bob
initials: BG
mail: bob@example.com
objectclass: inetOrgPerson
objectclass: organizationalPerson
objectclass: person
sn: Guy
uid: bob
userpassword: {MD5}X03MO1qnZdYdgyfeuILPmQ==
</pre>
#* *NOTE*: The password for bob is *password*.

h2. Setup LDAP Authentication

* Log into redmine admin site, http://redmine.example.com/admin and go to *LDAP Authentication*.

* Click on *New authentication mode* and enter the LDAP server details:
*# Name: *LDAP Auth*
*# Host: *ldap.example.com*
*# Port: *389*
*# Account: *cn=Manager,dc=example,dc=com*
*# Password: *SuperSecretPassword*
*# Base DN: *ou=People,dc=example,dc=com*
*# On-the-fly user creation: *[X]*
*# Login attribute: *uid*
*# Firstname attribute: *givenName*
*# Lastname attribute: *sn*
*# Email attribute: *mail*

* Click *Save*

* Next go to +Administration -> Users+ and click *New user*.
*# Login: *bob*
*# First name: *Bob*
*# Last name: *Guy*
*# Email: *bob@example.com*
*# Authentication mode: *LDAP Auth*

* Click *Save*

Now bob can log in using the the password stored in the LDAP server, in this case its *password*.

h2. Resources

* http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/RedmineLDAP
* http://wiki.univention.com/index.php?title=Cool_Solution_-_Install_Redmine_and_setup_ldap_authentication

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