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From Carter Sema <>
Subject Re: Setting up LDAP CentOS7
Date Mon, 31 Oct 2016 14:24:07 GMT
Hi Thiago!

Thanks for sending that over! I took a look at your instructions, and it seems like I have
everything the same… I attached a screenshot of my from GUACAMOLE_HOME
before I followed your instructions, and the second screenshot is after I followed your instructions.
We keep our service accounts for items like this in a separate OU, and I’m just trying to
sync that for now as a test. But once I see that it works. I would like to sync the Big OU
that houses all of our users. This is the URL I followed to get my guacamole installed.
Works great, gives you nginx and everything bundled in a nice package.

Just got done testing and, it still won’t connect/allow users LDAP users to log in. Ill
revert back to a fresh install and try it again and maybe that will work!

Carter Sema
Network Support Specialist
717-867-7700 ext 5071

From: Thiago Cruz <>
Reply-To: "" <>
Date: Monday, October 31, 2016 at 9:27 AM
To: "" <>
Subject: Re: Setting up LDAP CentOS7

Hi  Carter,

We've implemented LDAP (Active Directory) without schema changing, We've written a tutorial
(in portuguese) where you can find step-by-step integration (MySql + LDAP)

Thiago Cruz

Em seg, 31 de out de 2016 às 11:20, Carter Sema <<>>
I’ve had trouble getting LDAP to work on my CentOS7 Guacamole Box. I have one for production
which we currently use local accounts and a testing HyperV box. I’ve been following the
instructions from the google doc list here, and the Guacamole Documentation Listed below the
google link<>

I’ve done everything in these tutorials except changing the schema. I recently set LDAP
up for another service we run. So I have all the information I need on hand still.
I’m new to Linux, so I’ve had a hard time navigating the tutorials. Just looking for some
guidance or pointers on how to get LDAP up and running successfully.


Carter Sema
Network Support Specialist<>
717-867-7700 ext 5071
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