Active Directory Integration for Cloud

Description

miniOrange Active Directory Integration for Cloud provides login to WordPress using credentials stored in your LDAP Server. It allows users to authenticate against various LDAP implementations like Microsoft Active Directory, OpenLDAP and other directory systems.

Features :-

  • Login to WordPress using your LDAP credentials
  • Automatic user registration after login if the user is not already registered with your site
  • LDAP groups to WordPress Users Role Mapping.
  • Define user profile information to be retrieved from LDAP. eg: first name, last name, phone number, email etc.
  • Uses LDAP or LDAPS for secure connection to your LDAP Server
  • Can authenticate users against multiple search bases
  • Can authenticate users against multiple user attributes like uid, cn, mail, sAMAccountName. [PREMIUM]
  • Test connection to your LDAP server
  • Test authentication using credentials stored in your LDAP server
  • Ability to test against demo LDAP server and demo credentials
  • No Need to install PHP LDAP extension in WordPress
  • Your LDAP must have a public IP address and accessible from miniOrange servers
  • Will get active support for configuring your LDAP
  • Multisite support. [PREMIUM]

Do you want support?

Please email us at info@miniorange.com or Contact us

Screenshots

  • Configure LDAP plugin
  • Test demo LDAP plugin

Installation

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New
  2. Search for LDAP AD Login for Cloud. Find and Install Active Directory Integration for Cloud
  3. Activate the plugin from your Plugins page

From WordPress.org

  1. Download Active Directory Integration for Cloud.
  2. Unzip and upload the miniorange-wp-ldap-login directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate LDAP / AD Login for Cloud from your Plugins page.

Once Activated

  1. Upload miniorange-wp-ldap-login.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  3. Go to Settings-> LDAP Login Config, and follow the instructions.
  4. Click on Save

Make sure that if there is a firewall, you OPEN THE FIREWALL to allow incoming requests to your LDAP. Please open port 389(636 for SSL or ldaps). Host – 52.6.168.155 , 52.6.204.243 – This is the host from where the LDAP connection as well as authentication requests are going to be made.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit Plugins > Add New
  2. Search for LDAP AD Login for Cloud. Find and Install Active Directory Integration for Cloud
  3. Activate the plugin from your Plugins page

From WordPress.org

  1. Download Active Directory Integration for Cloud.
  2. Unzip and upload the miniorange-wp-ldap-login directory to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  3. Activate LDAP / AD Login for Cloud from your Plugins page.

Once Activated

  1. Upload miniorange-wp-ldap-login.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress.
  3. Go to Settings-> LDAP Login Config, and follow the instructions.
  4. Click on Save

Make sure that if there is a firewall, you OPEN THE FIREWALL to allow incoming requests to your LDAP. Please open port 389(636 for SSL or ldaps). Host – 52.6.168.155 , 52.6.204.243 – This is the host from where the LDAP connection as well as authentication requests are going to be made.

How should I enter my LDAP configuration? I only see Register with miniOrange.

Our very simple and easy registration lets you register with miniOrange. LDAP/AD Login for Cloud works if you are connected to miniOrange. Once you have registered with a valid email-address and phone number, you will be able to add your LDAP configuration.

I am not able to get the configuration right.

Make sure that if there is a firewall, you OPEN THE FIREWALL to allow incoming requests to your LDAP. Please open port 389(636 for SSL or ldaps). Host – 52.6.168.155 , 52.6.204.243 – This is the host from where the LDAP connection as well as authentication requests are going to be made. For further help please click on the Troubleshooting button. Check the steps to see what you could have missed. If that does not help, please check the format of demo settings. You can copy them over using Copy Default Config.

I am locked out of my account and can’t login with either my WordPress credentials or LDAP credentials. What should I do?

Firstly, please check if the user you are trying to login with exists in your WordPress. To unlock yourself, rename miniorange-wp-ldap-login plugin name. You will be able to login with your WordPress credentials. After logging in, rename the plugin back to miniorange-wp-ldap-login. If the problem persists, activate, deactivate and again activate the plugin.

For support or troubleshooting help

Please email us at info@miniorange.com or Contact us.

We can add the provision of user management such as creating users not present in WordPress from LDAP Server, adding users, editing users and so on. For further details, please email us at info@miniorange.com or Contact us.

Reviews

LDAP for Cloud Works Great!

MiniOrange did a great job with this plug-in. Gave us exactly what we were looking for with LDAPS authentication. Support was superb in assisting us getting this implemented. Well pleased!

Superb support

We are using this plugin for an extranet where users will be authenticated using LDAP before being able to view the content.
There were many issues using this plugin mostly due to my lack of knowledge in LDAP integration but i must praise the support team in miniorange for their persistence & dedication in solving my problems.

thanks!

Outstanding support

We used this plug in to facilitate single sign on between our active directory and our wordpress site.

It was a fairly easy set up, and the one issue that I had was resolved fairly quickly by their extremely helpful team.

Our WP engine is not internally hosted, and we were looking to not only do specific micro sites, but also one massive site (with many microsites) as well.

Could not be any happier..

Read all 5 reviews

Contributors & Developers

“Active Directory Integration for Cloud” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

3.53

WordPress 4.9 Compatibility

3.52

Authorization header fixes for OTP APIs

3.50

Authorization header fixes for API calls

3.50

Authorization headers in cURL Requests

3.44

Name fix

3.43

Name change

3.42

Increased priority for authentication hook

3.41

Removed deprecated function calls

3.4

Bug fix in login

3.3

Bug fix in profile update

3.2

Tested with WordPress 4.6

3.1

Licensing update

3.0

Added custom attribute mapping

2.7

Registration fixes

2.6

Added LDAP Group to WP Role Mapping

2.5

Added Atributes Mapping

2.4

Added troubleshooting page.

2.3

Added Ping to LDAP Server. Usability fixes.

2.2

New feature – Added Auto Registration of users post LDAP authentication

2.1.2

Bug fixes

2.1.1

Added additional error handling and bug fixes.

2.1

Bug fixes and added user verfication

2.0.2

Usability fixes

2.0.1

Bug fix

2.0.0

LDAP usability fixes

1.0.0

  • this is the first release.