A minor post – mostly for my own notes..
I was setting up an instance of Trac and I wanted Active Directory authentication going. I’ve had this before, but I recently learned of Centrify which provides a VERY easy means to setup system authentication with AD. This meant I needed to find a Centrify-specific way to get AD authentication going in Trac.
I was close to an obvious simple solution for a fair while, but I kept running in to error messages like:
[error] [client jay] GROUP: mrjay not in required group(s)., referer: http://trac/
Here’s the steps I followed that not only get this far, but got past through to working just fine…
Read more “Trac Authenticating Through Active Directory”
Here’s a quick recipe for getting a server up with MediaWiki running and having Active Directory Logins working with it… I’ll warn you, there are other ways of doing this. I find this to satisfy my needs, but if you manage to cause the world to implode, I won’t be held responsible.
Step 1: Set up your server
I created an Ubuntu 10.10 server VM for this, use whatever if you have some sort of issue against doing the same as me. Read more “Quick Recipe for MediaWiki with AD logins”
So I’ve spent some time for something at work figuring out how to get an Ubuntu server to authenticate users with a Windows 2003 Server Active Directory. Using the process I’ve found by combining various sources, my instructions show how to get a machine setup such that users logging in to the shell, accessing a samba share and checking out a website (or sub-directory of one) can all be authenticated using credentials centrally stored in a separate Active Directory server.
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