Testing LDAP Connection

Use this procedure to test LDAP connection to determine if a user can log on to LifeCycle Manager and is permitted to install a LifeCycle Manager Service.

  1. Go to the script folder in the LifeCycle Manager Server installation path.
  2. Run one of the following commands:
    Command Tests performed
    ldapTest
    • Validate the connection to the LDAP server.

    • Validate the password of the bind user against the LDAP registry.

    ldapTest user
    • Validate the connection to the LDAP server.

    • Validate the password of the bind user against the LDAP registry.

    • Verify that the user exists in the LDAP registry.

    • Verify if the user is allowed to log on to LifeCycle Manager (member of the LifeCycle Manager user group, if such a group is defined).

    • Verify if the user is a member of the LifeCycle Manager administrator group (required if you want to use it to install a LifeCycle Manager Service).

    ldapTest user password
    • Validate the connection to the LDAP server.

    • Validate the password of the bind user against the LDAP registry.

    • Verify that the user exists in the LDAP registry.

    • Verify if the user is allowed to log on to LifeCycle Manager (member of the LifeCycle Manager user group, if such a group is defined).

    • Verify if the user is a member of the LifeCycle Manager administrator group (required if you want to use it to install a LifeCycle Manager Service).

    • Validate the user's password against the LDAP registry.