|Morgan Jones on 22 Sep 2016 11:59:50 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Questions regarding LDAP and AD|
I’m just seeing this thread and it sounds like you may be on your way to a solution but I’ll add that I have a few clients happily using an older version of 389. One implementation in particular authenticates for ~200 hosts via sssd but also email and a host of disparate applications. We’ve seen our share of bugs and quirks but it’s been largely solid. One concern we have is the community feels a little small and largely supported by Redhat engineers on the mailing list.
Have you looked at OpenLDAP? It has a huge community and based on the LDAP conference I attended in the fall seems to have a lot of the non-AD ldap space. The mailing list can be curt and in some cases disappointing insulting.
I can’t comment on AD except to say we regularly run into SAAS and on-prem products that support AD out of the box but need integration to work with 389.
389 at least used to have an AD sync tool. We got it working as proof of concept—it was not without significant quirks but it did work. We haven’t looked at it in a few years.
Did you decide to implement on AD and how is it going?
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