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WPMU Ldap Authentication

A plugin to override the core WordPress authentication method in order to use a LDAP server for authentication. Currently only supported on MultiSite

New Installation

This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Unzip the plugin contents to the /wp-content/plugins/post-expirator/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress

It is recommended to also change the welcome message that is sent to users upon account creation. By default, WordPress includes the user's password in the message, even though this password is not used by this plugin. The password sent is purely the password attached to the WPMU account that ties to the user's LDAP login. To change the welcome message, log in as a Network Admin and go to Network Admin -> Options, and edit "Welcome Email" appropriately.

Migrating from older versions

If you currently have the WPMU Ldap Authentication plugin configured, migration is fairly simple

  1. Make sure you have a network admin enabled non-ldap account setup and available in the blog
  2. Remove the current plugin from mu-plugins (all configuration options will stay in the WP database)
  3. Install version 4.x of the plugin into the standard plugins folder
  4. Network Activate the plugin
  5. Thats it! The plugin should now be re-activated with all of your previous settings.

Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.x
Last Updated: 2012-9-28
Active Installs: 50+

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