I was able to connect using OpenLDAP but I can't get a domain user to login though

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Note:   our domain no longer accepts 389, the non-ssl port.  since we have to use the SSL port, do we need to also use HTTPS for the site?  For testing, I've removed https

Name                         Delegated LDAP Authentication
Directory Type           OpenLDAP                
Hostname                  directory.csuchico.edu
Port                            636
Username                  uid=confluence_svc,ou=services,ou=auth,dc=csuchico,dc=edu
Base DN                    ou=services,ou=auth,dc=csuchico,dc=edu
User Name Attribute  cn=users

 the message in the log file, atlassian-confluence.log is that the user doesn't have permissions.

Confluence_LDAP_settings.png

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found out I didn't need an LDAP entry because I use CAS to authenticate user into confluence using the university credentials

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