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Testing the LDAP Settings

Testing the LDAP Settings

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Testing the LDAP Settings

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When you have created the LDAP portal and amended the web.config file you are ready to test the settings. Although the connection to the LDAP server has been set in the configuration file web.config, the Skyline portal has not yet been configured to use this setting. If there are any typing errors when the web.config file was amended you will not be able to log in to Skyline and a full error message will be displayed. Rectify the problem then try to log in to Skyline again.

To test the LDAP settings:

1.Log in to http://localhost with a username that has Host Admin privileges and go to Admin.
Admin-Menu)
2.In the Portals section click Default Configuration.
Portals-DefaultConfiguration
3.Find the setting Global Errors - Show Friendly Error Messages and set this back to True. This setting hides errors from users.
4.Return to the Admin page.
5.In the Portals section click Portal Configuration
Portals-PortalConfiguration
6.Find the setting Global Errors - Show Friendly Error Messages and set this back to True. This setting hides errors from users.
7.Browse to the LDAP portal you created. Check that you can log in to the portal with the username and password you defined when you created the portal.