- How does the district get the ML Schedules™ Software server’s IP address?
- Do we still need to add new users or are all Active Directory users allowed to view automatically?
- Do users login with their email address, or just their Active Directory username?
- Is there a way to list multiple OUs in the LDAP filter?
- Can we use a combination of Active Directory users and non-Active Directory users or does everyone have to be in our Active Directory database?
- After Active Directory users are imported, how are new users entered in the future?
- When attempting to utilize LDAPS (secure LDAP), I am asked for a certificate. What kind of certificate do I need to provide?
- When using LDAPS (secure LDAP), which port will be used?
Have your District Admin contact your primary ML Schedules™ Software support representative directly via an email message or call to obtain the IP Address.
They can import all Users at any time using the Active Directory Import page when logged into ML Schedules™ Software.
A. Just their Active Directory username. The software will use the Active Directory password stored on the district’s server to validate the user’s login credentials.
A. No. This needs to be done one at a time if importing from multiple user paths.
A. You can use a combination method:
- District staff should be Active Directory users.
- Community/non-staff accounts will be created using their e-mail address.
A. New users can be imported at any time. Run the import procedure again. Any users who don’t yet exist in the software will default to being checked for import.
In order to utilize LDAPS, you will need to provide a server authentication certificate for your LDAP server so that it will permit our system to connect to it.
You can view additional information regarding the certificate here: https://social.technet.
If you are utilizing LDAPS (secure LDAP), you will use port 636.