Skip to end of metadata
Go to start of metadata

The following are some other useful commands for configuring an LDAP authentication service.

CommandDescription
auth <service_name> remove
Remove the specified authentication service. Note: To avoid having to reconfigure the service, you might want to deactivate it instead.
auth <service_name> useKerberos
Check whether Kerberos is enabled for the specified authentication service.
auth <service_name> useKerberos {true|false}
Activate or deactivate Kerberos for single sign on (only available when SuperADMIN is running on Windows).
auth <service_name> active false
Deactivate the specified authentication service.
auth services
List all configured authentication services and their properties.
auth <service_name> group removefilter <group_name>
Remove the specified group from the group filter for the specified service. Note: For LDAP groups, specify the group name, not the full DN.
auth <service_name> group addfilter <group_name>

Add the specified group to the group filter for the specified service. Note: For LDAP groups, specify the group name, not the full DN.

You only need to use this command if you are adding new groups after the service has been created.

account users
List all users from the authentication service you used to login to the console.
account groups
List all groups from the authentication service you used to login to the console.
  • No labels