How to implement LDAP Authentication on a Linux machine?

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    Thonno
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    Hello,

    I installed NoMachine Enterprise Terminal Server on a CentOS 7 machine that is not in the domain.

    I would like to implement LDAP authentication with the credentials of the users that are present in my Domain but I can’t understand how it should do it.

    Can you help me?
    Thank you!

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    Cato
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    Hello Thonno,

    NoMachine does not make a distinction between domain and local users during authentication process. If you want to perform authentication against LDAP server your system needs to be configured properly. These two articles describe how to setup OpenLDAP server and configure client machine for LDAP authentication.

    https://www.howtoforge.com/linux_ldap_authentication

    https://www.tecmint.com/configure-ldap-client-to-connect-external-authentication/

    It’s also possible to integrate Linux with Windows AD domain. Winbind and sssd are examples
    of technologies you can use to achieve that.

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