MIDAS Active Directory (LDAP) IntegrationActive Directory Integration

Active Directory Integration Guide

Overview

The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (or LDAP) is a method of accessing an Active Directory (AD) over an IP network. It's commonly used to authenticate users on a corporate network when they login to their computer/workstation.

MIDAS (v4.06 or later) provides seamless Single Sign-On (SSO) support through LDAP integration with your Active Directory. This allows users to be automatically logged on whenever they open MIDAS.

The basic process is as follows...

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User opens their browser and navigates to MIDASThe browser sends the logged in user's username to MIDASMIDAS queries your AD to retrieve the user's real name, email address and Primary GroupUser is added (or update) in MIDAS using permissions from the User Group having a corresponding name as the user's Primary Group in the ADUser is seamlessly logged into MIDAS