Associated property file keys are indicated in parentheses, where appropriate.
Server Identifier (Server): host name of the LDAP server.
Server Port (Port): port number of the LDAP server.
Suffix (BaseDn): base DN of the LDAP repository.
State: The status of the Configuration Agent. The check box can be used to either activate or deactivate the Configuration Agent. To make use of the configuration repository, the Configuration Agent must be active. The activation automatically includes the necessary registration with inetd.
To manually enable or disable the Configuration Agent, log in as root and type the command /usr/lib/apocd enable or /usr/lib/apocd disable, respectively.
Host Identifier (HostIdentifier): can be "HostName" or "IPAddress". The identifier must be set to match the contents of the LDAP attribute that is used to identify hosts. This attribute is defined in the mapping files as Host/UniqueIdAttribute.
Authentication Type for the Configuration Agent: can be "Anonymous" or "Simple". If "Anonymous" is selected, the Qualified User Name and Password fields are automatically disabled.
Qualified User Name (AuthDn): full DN of a user with read and search access rights on the repository.
Password (Password): password of a registered LDAP user
If anonymous access is enabled in the directory, the Qualified User Name and the Password settings can be left blank.
Authentication Type for applications (AuthType): can be “Anonymous” or “GSSAPI”, depending on how the LDAP server authenticates users.
For more information, see Data Access/User Authentication.