Can I use an Active Directory account (LDAP) to log into AppVerify?

This article provides directions on how to configure an AppVerify account to use an Active Directory account.

LDAP Configuration

  1. To configure the LDAP settings, log in to AppVerify with an Administrator account.
  2. In the header next to the login name, click the Global Options icon (gear).
  3. From the menu on the left, click Properties.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the window to view the LDAP configuration section.
LDAP Properties

5. Enter the values for the settings, as described below.

  • Domain: The domain name of your directory server. For example: automaidc
  • Full server address: The host name of your directory server. ldap://servername.domain.com (For example: ldap://ADServerName.automaidc.com)
  • Port number: The port on which your LDAP server is listening. Examples: 389 (default), 636 (for SSL) Update this value if LDAP is configured with a different port number.
  • Use SSL: Select "Yes" if the connection to the directory server is an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) connection. Default LDAP connection does not use SSL.
  • SSL certificate full path: Displayed when Use SSL is selected. This is an optional field should you need to provide the path the a certificate file (e.g. .pem file).

6. Click Update. The services will get restarted and you will logged out.

Adding Domain Users to AppVerify

Follow these steps to add a domain user to AppVerify.

  1. To create a domain user, log in with an Administrator account.
  2. In the header next to the login name, click the Global Options icon (gear).
  3. In the menu on the left, click Users.
  4. Click the + User button at the top of the page. The New user form opens.
  5. Enter the values for the settings, as described below.
  • Domain User - select the Domain user check box.
  • First name - enter the users first name
  • Last name - enter the users last name
  • Username - specify the username that is defined in the directory server. For example: dcuser
  • Email Address - provide an email address for this user.

6. Click Create to add the user.

Now you can use the domain user account to log into the application.

For example:

Username: dcuser

Password: ******** [domain user password that is set in the directory server.]