|Working with Directory Services (DS)|
|Directory Service Name||Your name for this directory service.|
|Enable Directory Service||Activate this directory service for Faspex.|
|Directory Service Type||Select from one of the following options:
|Use secure mode (TLS)||
Note: Aspera highly recommends turning this setting on to secure your server.By default, LDAP traffic is transmitted unsecured. You can make LDAP traffic confidential and secure by enabling TLS. The port number will automatically change to 636 when TLS is enabled.
|Server||The directory server's address.|
|Port||The directory server's port number. By default, unsecured LDAP uses port 389, unsecured global catalog uses port 3268, and global catalog over SSL uses port 3269. If TLS is enabled, then the port number automatically changes to 636.|
|Treebase||The search treebase (for example, dc=myCompany,dc=com for myCompany.com)|
|Username Attribute||The attribute for the type of login name for users of this directory service. For example, for Microsoft Active Directory, the mail attribute specifies the DS user login should be an email address, and samaccountname specifies it should be a pre-Windows 2000 login name.|
If Provide Credentials is selected, then you are required to input your directory service login and password below.
|Login||Directory service user name, which is typically a Distinguished Name (DN) (for example, CN=Admin,CN=Users,DC=myCompany,DC=com).|
|Password||Directory service password.|
When finished, click Save and Test. If Faspex successfully connects to your directory server, it displays the following information:
Connected: YES Authenticated: YES Success