Active Directory (AD) is a service for sharing resources in a Windows network. Because AD provides authentication and authorization services for the users in a network, it is not necessary to recreate the same user accounts on TrueNAS. AD can be configured on a Windows server that is running Windows Server 2000 or …

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TrueNAS includes an Open LDAP client for accessing information from an LDAP server. An LDAP server provides directory services for finding network resources such as users and their associated permissions. LDAP authentication for SMB shares is disabled unless the LDAP directory has been configured for and populated with …

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Microsoft LDAP defaults 2020 “LDAP channel binding and LDAP signing provide ways to increase the security of network communications between an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) or an Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) and its clients. There is a vulnerability in the default configuration …

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