Step 1: Configure LDAP

  1. Log on to the IDaaS console as an IT administrator. For more information, see Logon in Administrator Guide.
  2. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Users > Organizations and Groups.
  3. Click Configure LDAP in the top navigation bar of the parent node organization information window. Click Create in the Cnfigure LDAP dialog box that appears. Set Provision from IDaaS to LDAP to Enable and configure the other parameters.
    1. Server Connection tab
      • AD/LDAP Name
      • Server Address and Port Number
      • Base DN
      • Connection Method
      • Administrator DN and Password
      • Select Type
      • Owned OU node
    2. Field Matching Rules tab
      • Username
      • External ID
      • Password Attribute
      • User Unique ID
      • Phone Number
      • Email

Step 2: Create an organization

Click Create OU on the OU tab of the OUs and Groups page to create an organization.

Step 3: Create an account

Click Create Account on the Account tab of the OUs and Groups page to create an account for the new organization.

Step 4: Provision the new organization

In the left-side navigation pane, choose Users > OUs and Groups > Export > LDAP > OU to provision the new organization to the configured LDAP server.

Click OK. The following message is displayed after a successful operation.

Step 5: Provision the new account

Before provisioning the account, you must confirm that the organization to which the account belongs exists in the LDAP server. In the left-side navigation pane, choose Users >OUs and Groups > Export > LDAP > Account to provision the new account to the configured LDAP server.

You can export a single account on the Export One tab.

The following message is displayed after a successful operation.

Step 6: View the provisioned account in the LDAP server

Log on to the LDAP server by using the LDAP connection tool. Refresh the page and view the provisioned account, as shown in the following figure.