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Description: Plugin to integrate WordPress or WordPressMU with existing CAS single sign-on architectures and LDAP for grabbing user information.

  1. Download phpCAS and place it on your webserver so that it can be included by the wpCAS-w-LDAP plugin.
  2. Place the plugin folder in your wp-content/plugins/ directory and activate it.
  3. Set any options you want in Settings -> wpCAS with LDAP or in the wpcasldap-conf.php file.
  4. The plugin starts intercepting authentication attempts as soon as you activate it. Use another browser or another computer to test the configuration.


wpCAS-w-LDAP can be configured either via the settings page in the WordPress dashboard, or via a configuration file. See wpcasldap-conf-sample.php for an example. If a config file is used, it overrides any settings that might have been made via the settings page and configured portion of that page are hidden.

Use of wpcasldap-conf.php is recommended for the CAS and LDAP portions of an WordPressMU installations, as doing so hides the settings menu from users. The option to use LDAP, add users, and default role can be left to blog administrators.

Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.9.2
Last Updated: 7 years ago
Active Installs: 90+


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