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I was wondering If I could get some advice/help. I tried to search "crowd" and "ldap" but nothing came up in the community knowledgebase
I use Crowd as a base for Authentication. Which is great for apps and services that support Crowd directly.
But I have other services and application that only uses LDAP.
Alot of my searches have Crowd populated FROM LDAP.
However in my case like the title says, I want to use Crowd as the primary source of User and Groups and populate an OpenLDAP server for my services and applications that require LDAP based auth.
I do not have the technical skillset unfortunately to write a custom Crowd connector for each of my apps. So my thinking is to go the above-mentioned route.
Hi @Eugene Tan
This question has previously been answered on this link.
In short, here is what you will need to do:
The problem is that depending on the password hash/encryption algorithm used by your current Crowd internal directory you might not be able to import your current users' passwords. For instance, "atlassian-security" is not supported in OpenLDAP. In that case you will need to reset your users' passwords.