LDAP Authentication Using ADMembershipProvider - error using attributeMapUsername="sAMAccountName"

Hi there,

  I am creating a user login page for applications. As a start, I am trying to authenticate user thru LDAP authentication. I got my reference from :


   The user authentication seems to work if I follow the below steps :-

   LDAP connection string : LDAP://<serevername>.xxx.zz.<companyname>.com 

   using default attributeMapUsername

  Therefore, the login name will be : username@xxx.zz.<companyname>.com 

 I wanted to set the LDAP as :

  LDAP://<servername>.xxx.zz.<companyname>.com /CN=Users,DC=<servername>,DC=xxxx,DC=zz,DC=<companyname>,DC=com . However I am gettting referrel or container error when I do this. 

 Another problem is the login name. I  set the LDAP connection string as the former ( LDAP://<servername>.xxx.zz.<companyname>.com ) and the attributeMapUsername="sAMAccount". I wanted to login by loginname without the domain : <username> . The login attempt fails. The system cannot authenticate. 

 May I know how I can solve this two problems ?. Do I need to understand from LDAP / AD administrator on how the LDAP tree is set ?. How do I extract user information using LDAP ?.

Please help. Thanks !.


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