If you have multiple domain controllers, you can configure a failover solution for LifeCycle Manager. If one of the servers goes down, LifeCycle Manager will try to contact the other instead.
However, in this version, LifeCycle Manager does not support LDAP validation against multiple domains.
To configure LDAP validation against multiple domain controllers, replace x in the properties described above with a number. The default LDAP server that was configured during the installation of the LifeCycle Manager Server has number 0. Copy these properties and replace 0 with 1, 2, and 3 and so on.
This is an example:
ldap.server.0=ldap.company.com ldap.port.0=389 ldap.bind.user.0=CN=User,OU=Users,DC=company,DC=com ldap.bind.password.0=password ldap.ssl.enabled.0=false ldap.server.1=10.20.30.40 ldap.port.1=636 ldap.bind.user.1=CN=User,OU=Users,DC=company,DC=com ldap.bind.password.1=password ldap.ssl.enabled.1=true