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LDAP / Active directory

LDAP / Active directory


Tiki connection to a AD server in a external private network.

Nepal

Hello everyone.

So I guess my question is more to do with networking side, but since its between a tiki instance and a Active Directory server, I guess this forum is a suitable place to ask it.

Currently, the organization i work at uses Active Directory for authentication and other purposes. we have roughly 500 users. And we are on the verge of utilizing tiki for a lot of our application needs. As such another external organization that is providing tiki consulting to us is hosting a tiki instance on our behalf and leading the initial development effort.

We want our users to be able to login to the tiki instance and verify the work as well as provide feedback, but creating a new account for each user is a hassle to maintain. We want to make the user able to login to those instances using LDAP.

What would be a appropriate way to make the tiki instance have access to our AD server that sits in the company internal network. We have access to the firewall and can create rules and policies for it. We can also create VPN for the tiki instance, but we want to know what security implications there might be or what is a good way to proceed forward with this requirement ?

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