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[ScreenOS] Unable to implement the bind password in LDAP via Active Directory

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Article ID: KB23223 KB Last Updated: 30 Sep 2013Version: 2.0
Summary:
This article describes the issue of being unable to implement the bind password in LDAP via Active Directory.
Symptoms:
Unable to implement the bind password in LDAP via Active Directory. The following error message is generated:

1. The error code in snoop from the server is: resultCode: invalidCredentials (49)
2. In debug auth ldap we are seeing: parse_ldap_bind_result: Authentication failed

Cause:
The bind request you are sending to LDAP server does not have privilege to browse the LDAP schema.
Solution:
  • There is no specific configuration option on the firewall to implement a bind for Active Directory authentication.
  • Active Directory does not allow anyone to browse and pull back information from the directory.
  • We need to configure an Administrator or a user on the LDAP server and make sure that it can browse through the directory.
  • Or we can enable anonymous searches on LDAP server.
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