Where does VCS get passwords from when doing LDAP authentication
I was wondering, if I were to configure VCS to do LDAP authentication while using an Active Directory as LDAP, which passwords would it be using? Will it authenticate against domain password or will I need to fill in a separate password attribute (which would be cleartext)?
I am actually talking about endpoint authentication.
Is it possible to use LDA (H.350) authentication against an AD and use user domain password for authentication? That is, I do not want to store the password as an attribute but rather have VCS bind to LDAP with the proposed user/password to see whether the user exists or not. SAme way as it is done by the LDAP module on Apache for instance.
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