we use owncloud 10.4.1 and I wanted to active LDAP Authentication which works on Port tcp/389 (ldap); However with ldaps (tcp(636) and firewall rule was generated) I can’t connect to the BASE-DN. I get the message, that the BASE-DN or the account seems to be wrong.
Does anybody know what I have to look for?
Thanks for any help.
Hello test 723,
I don’t know which distribution you have, but basically, you need to import your Root CA/PDC Certificates in your distribution.
Import the certificates into the ownCloud as well and verify the connection.
I recommend as well to take a look into the ownCloud logs, there you will find much more information about where the problem is. The logfile is located normally in /var/www/owncloud/data/owncloud.log
thanks for the reply.
So I have only to copy the whole certificate chain from the DC (incl. the root certificate) into /etc/ssl/certs/? Is this correct?
By the way it is an Ubuntu 18.04 distribution.
I found this information,
Thank you very much. It works now.
I had to do the following things:
- create an directory “certs” under /etc/ldap/
- copy the certificate under the folder “certs”
- copy the certs unter /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/
- update the CA store: sudo update-ca-certificates
I am glad that your scenario is working!