I have a large AD setup which has not been configured in the ideal fashion, the base DN:
Now the existing structure of our AD looks something like:
@ 1122 Logan Accounting Aquarius Alejandro Mike Justin Aerospace Distribution Engineering @ 2150 Logan Uniflyte @ 1480 Church
Trying to test the authentication of the user Alejandro (old network guy was being funny when he gave me a user name).
Here is my Server Property Dump:
sid = Davinci numeric_sid = 1 name = Employees status = 1 ldap_type = ad address = davinci port = 389 tls = 0 followrefs = 0 bind_method = 2 basedn = Array (  => dc=davinci,dc=cadorath,dc=local ) binddn = user_dn_expression = cn=%username,%basedn user_attr = samaccountname account_name_attr = mail_attr = mail_template = picture_attr = unique_persistent_attr = unique_persistent_attr_binary = 0 ldap_to_drupal_user = testing_drupal_username = Alejandro testing_drupal_user_dn = cn=Alejandro,ou=@ 1122 Logan,dc=davinci,dc=mydomain,dc=local grp_unused = 0 grp_object_cat = grp_nested = 0 grp_user_memb_attr_exists = 0 grp_user_memb_attr = grp_memb_attr = grp_memb_attr_match_user_attr = grp_derive_from_dn = 0 grp_derive_from_dn_attr = grp_test_grp_dn = grp_test_grp_dn_writeable = search_pagination = 0 search_page_size = 1000
I enter in my password for non-anonymous search (Windows login password)...
Testing Drupal DN:
cn=Alejandro,ou=@ 1122 Logan,dc=davinci-1,dc=cadorath,dc=local
Drupal logs report:
LDAP bind failure for user userdn=, pass=XXX.
Where does the userdn get constructed???
I still cannot login to drupal with Windows login details...D7 is running in the same domain as Davinci so I assume I missing something in the syntax of connection string???