- 1 About ZenTao Professional
- 1.1 ZenTao Pro
- 1.2 ZenTao and ZenTao Pro Service
- 1.3 ZenTao Pro vs. ZenTao open source
- 1.4 Why ZenTao Pro
- 2 Install and upgrade
- 2.1 ZenTao upgrade from open source to Pro
- 2.2 New installation with one-click package
- 2.3 General installation
- 2.4 Install ZenTao via Lampp in Linux
- 2.5 Install Ioncube
- 2.6 Update ZenTao Pro
- 2.7 Install LDAP
- 3 Features
- 3.1 Gantt chart
- 3.2 Effort
- 3.3 Repository and code review
- 3.4 ZenTao Calendar
- 3.5 Import/Export MS Excel files
- 3.6 Export MS Word files
- 3.7 SMS notification
- 3.8 LDAP authentication
- 3.9 Summary Report
- 3.10 Export a Report
- 3.11 Crystal Report
- 3.12 ZenTao IOS and Android App
- 4 License
LDAP authentication is dependent on the LDAP extension in PHP, so it has to load the LDAP extension first. Please refer to Chapter 2.7 Install LDAP extension.
1. IntroductionBy configuring LDAP, auto login to LDAP server is integrated with ZenTao. User accounts can also be imported from LDAP.
2. General configuration
Go to Admin->LDAP.
Click LDAP and you will see the page to do LDAP settings. If the configuration is successful and correct, you can use the LDAP username and password to log in and ZenTao will automatically verify the login and add the user to its database.
Check Anonymous, admin account and password will be hidden. Then you do not have to fill that in.
Fill in Base DN as shown below,
The login name is the username in the LDAP server as shown below,
3. Active Directory configuration
Select “Active Directory" in Server Type. Because the active directory does not allow anonymous login, so you have to fill in the Admin account and password.
Note: The admin account must have privileges to do administration work on the domain, otherwise it might be an error when you request the data.