LDAP directory support after restoring "on-demand" backup onto the self-hosted Jira server

After restoring Jira on-demand backup version on the local server (downloaded version) - active directory integration is no longer available as an option. Is there some changes I need to perform manually to be able to re-integrate LDAP/Active directory support?

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Hello Alex,

If you go into User Directories (g+g, User Directories or Administration > User Management > User directories), can you create a new directory and point to your LDAP? I believe that OnDemand directory, when migrated to Open, works in the sense that all users will be moved to JIRA's Internal Directory. After migrating to stand alone you will need to create the directories you wish and manage the users from there.

Benito Picarelli

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