Problem with Click to dial and LDAP Authentication
I'm trying to get the Cisco Click to Call application to work. If I disable LDAP authentication and point the application to one of my subscribers I can successfully connect with a password for my account setup on CUCM. If I reable LDAP and put my LDAP password into the application then the application gives me an error about invalid password when I try to dial and won't save any changes to server settings.
Re: Problem with Click to dial and LDAP Authentication
Your definately having a authentication issue. Is this pc joined to the domain?
I'm thinking that you can do it through the web page because the server is already authenticated. Your PC might not be authenticated to the domain and maybe causing issue's. I would double check this. That's the only thing that comes to mind.
Turns out that the settings were saved initially when I setup the click to dial application but then when I went back to change the password after LDAP authentication enabled it wasn't updating my password and I didn't realise as it was starred out.
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