On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 6:08 AM, rvarela <raul_waterclos@hotmail.com> wrote:
Buenas tardes Nick

El contenido del archivo guacamole.properties es este:

#    Guacamole - Clientless Remote Desktop
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# Hostname and port of guacamole proxy
guacd-hostname: localhost
guacd-port:     4822

# Auth provider class (authenticates user/pass combination, needed if using
the provided login screen)
auth-provider:
net.sourceforge.guacamole.net.basic.BasicFileAuthenticationProvider
user-mapping: /etc/guacamole/user-mapping.xml

# LDAP properties

ldap-user-base-dn: ou=usuarios,dc=proyectoasir,dc=net


Looks like you're missing the "ldap-config-base-dn" property in your configuration file.  If you look in the LDAP chapter of the manual under the Configuration section (http://guacamole.apache.org/doc/gug/ldap-auth.html#idm140500641772816) you'll see that, if you don't specify this, Guacamole will not look for connections in the LDAP tree:

ldap-config-base-dn

The base of the DN for all Guacamole configurations. This property is optional. If omitted, the configurations of Guacamole connections will simply not be queried from the LDAP directory. If specified, this base DN will be used when querying the configurations accessible by a user once they have successfully logged in.

Each configuration is analogous to a connection. Within Guacamole's LDAP support, each configuration functions as a group, having user members (via the member attribute) and optionally group members (via the seeAlso attribute), where each member of a particular configuration group will have access to the connection defined by that configuration.

So, you need to specify this property.
 

Cuando hago la orden ldapadd -x -D cn = admin, dc = proyectoasir, dc = net
-W -f conexionwindows.ldif
me indica esto:

adding new entry "cn=conexionwindows,ou=usuarios,dc=proyectoasir,dc=net"

Cuando hago la orden ldapsearch -x -D cn = admin, dc = proyectoasir, dc =
net -W cn =conexionwindows. ldif me indica esto:


You have an error in your search.  You should *not* be searching for the LDIF file, you should be searching for the name of the connection.  The correct search would be:

ldapsearch -x -D cn=admin,dc=proyectoasir,dc=net -W cn=conexionwindows

You put "cn=conexionwindows.ldif" (with .ldif at the end) which won't work.  However, I suspect the issue you're facing is just the missing property in guacamole.properties.

-Nick