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[STRM/JSA] TLS LDAP authentication is failing

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Article ID: KB34793 KB Last Updated: 27 Jul 2019Version: 1.0
Summary:

JSA is unable to connect to TLSv1.2 LDAP servers over SSL connections even though the test connection succeeds.

Symptoms:

Authentication is failing.

Solution:

Perform the following workaround to accomplish the same goal, but uses a different way to secure the connection, using ldap/389 and TLS directives for the security:

  1. In the LDAP repository, change the Server URL from "ldaps://<server>:636" to "ldap://<server>:389"

  2. Set the TLS Authentication checkbox from 'false' to 'true'.

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