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    Question Multiple Authentication

    hi,

    is multiple authentication possible for a single domain?

    ex. user1@example.com authenticate via internal mechanism
    user2@example.com authenticate via external mechanism such as LDAP

    if this issue already raised up, pls point me to the correct post.


    thanks

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    Cool

    i think i found the solution for this.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhangki View Post
    i think i found the solution for this.
    How about posting your solution for others to see?
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    Hi there,

    Could you please post your solution?

    Cause I've got a bit of a problem here, we need to auth through AD, but forcing all users to do that is incorrect. Our AD tree is a mess, so in order to make it right.

    First i need to set proper OU and others stuff to AD. Then I want to make Zimbra AD Auth only for specific OU, is it possible? So far i set ldap filter only in GAL, not AD Auth.

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    Could you please post your solution?

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    hi all,

    i followed the post that was mention in this link:
    Mixed Authentication ,
    courtesy of phoenix.

    zmprov md <domain> zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal TRUE

    @ phoenix: how can i check the config in cli for this? i issue the command as zimbra user
    #zmprov gacf | grep zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal
    no output, am i missing something?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhangki View Post
    hi all,

    i followed the post that was mention in this link:
    Mixed Authentication ,
    courtesy of phoenix.

    zmprov md <domain> zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal TRUE

    @ phoenix: how can i check the config in cli for this? i issue the command as zimbra user
    #zmprov gacf | grep zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal
    no output, am i missing something?

    thanks
    That's a domain attribute:

    Code:
    zmprov gd <domain> | grep zimbraAuthFallbackToLocal
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    hi,

    thanks phoenix


    Best regards

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