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Authenticating and Importing Users with AD and LDAP

This document describes how to integrate Nagios Network Analyzer with Active Directory (AD) or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to allow user authentication and validation with an AD or LDAP infrastructure through the Nagios Network Analyzer interface.

Documentation - Authenticating and Importing Users with AD and LDAP

 

 

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