LDAP/Active Directory Login Plugin provides login to WordPress using credentials stored in your LDAP Server. It allows users to authenticate against various LDAP implementations like Microsoft Active Directory, OpenLDAP and other directory systems. User information is in sync with the information in LDAP. This plugin is free to use under the GNU/GPLv2 license. If you wish to use enhanced features, then there is a provision to upgrade as well. There is also a provision to use our services to deploy and configure this plugin.
Unlimited LDAP Authentications
Customized Role Mapping
Customized Attribute Mapping
Login with username, email or any LDAP attribute of choice
Multiple Search Bases
Integrated Windows Authentication
Multiple LDAP Support
End to End Ldap Integration **
Premium Support Plans Available
Features of LDAP/AD Login
Credentials - Users can login into WordPress site using credentials which are stored on your LDAP Server.
Easy and Secure - miniOrange WP LDAP Login plugin is easy to configure with the miniOrange Gateway. Secure access to your users credentials stored in LDAP Server. miniOrange WP LDAP Login performs encrypted authentication to your LDAP Server through miniOrange Gateway..
Flexible - miniOrange WP LDAP Login supports different LDAP implementations like Active Directory, OpenLDAP etc.
Follow the Step-by-Step Guide to enable miniOrange WP LDAP Login plugin for WordPress
Step 1: Download and install miniOrange LDAP/AD Login for Intranet Sites
From your WordPress dashboard
Visit Plugins > Add New.
Search for miniOrange. Install miniOrange LDAP/AD Login for Intranet Sites.
Activate the plugin from your Plugins page
Download miniOrange LDAP/AD Login for intranet Sites.
Go to Plugins > Add New.
Click on Upload Plugin and choose the downloaded plugin zip.
Click on Install Now and activate the plugin from your Plugins page
Step 2: Setup miniOrange LDAP/AD Login for Intranet Sites plugin:
Login to miniOrange to configure miniOrange Gateway.
Once you are logged in, enter the LDAP Server URL, Service Account DN and Service Account Password. Click on Test Connection and Save.
If connection is successful, you will be shown a User-Mapping screen. Enter the Distinguished Name Attribute(eg. distinguishedName), LDAP Search Base and LDAP Search filter for your LDAP implementation.
Click on Save.
Step 3: Single Sign On to cloud app using LDAP credentials:
Go to Integrations->Custom App Integration from the menu.
Copy the Customer Key, Customer API Key and Customer Token Key and click on Save.
To add an app, create a link anywhere on your Wordpress site with the following URL: ##wordpress_site_url##/index.php?app_name=##APP_NAME## where APP_NAME corresponds to Application Provider Name of app in miniOrange.
If you face any issue, email us at email@example.com.
miniOrange Authentication and Single Sign on products have ready integrations with number of leading providers, these ready solutions allow enterprises quickly increase security of information and resources without worrying about time for initial set up or future upgrades.
Click here to see our step by step guide for Single Sign on.
Click here to see our step by step guide for Strong Authentication.
If you dont find what you are looking for, Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +1 978 658 9387 to find an answer to your question about Single Sign on or Strong Authentication.