Use your existing LDAP as authentication-backend for your wordpress!
So what are the differences to other WordPress-LDAP-Authentication-Plugins?
- Flexible: You are totaly free in which LDAP-backend to use. Due to the extensive configuration you can freely decide how to do the authentication of your users. It simply depends on your filters
- Independent: As soon as a user logs in, it is added/updated to the WordPress’ user-database to allow wordpress to always use the correct data. You only have to administer your users once.
- Failsafe: Due to the users being created in WordPress’ User-database they can also log in when the LDAP-backend currently is gone.
- Role-Aware: You can map WordPress’ roles to values of an existing LDAP-attribute.
For more Information on the configuration have a look at https://github.com/heiglandreas/authLdap
- Upload the extracted folder
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Configure the Plugin via the ‘authLdap’-Configuration-Page.
Where can I find more Informations about the plugin?
Go to https://github.com/heiglandreas/authLdap
Where can I report issues with the plugin?
Please use the issuetracker at https://github.com/heiglandreas/authLdap/issues
Ogwekkuminebiri (Ntenvu) 16, 2022
Clean setup, works with OpenLDAP, works with WP 6.1, free.
Sseeboaseka 28, 2022
I use it since 2 years for an Intranet an it work fine. I was afraid it was broken for WP 6.0 but, it is something else who went wrong in my functions.php Tested with success on Wordpres 6.0
Gatonnya 15, 2022
Very flexible plugin, stable codebase, excellent documentation. I especially like the clean configuration interface, which enables me to set the LDAP search filters easily. Plus, you don't really have to do much - the default settings are what you need when authenticating against an openLDAP instance.
Ogwomunaana (Muwakanya) 10, 2020
This plugin is the only one in WP.org which works out of the box, it's super easy to set up and even has user group mapping included. Thanks once again and totally recommended to every one. Karolina
Ogwekkuminebiri (Ntenvu) 27, 2018
the ldap plugin is working as I thought.~! group mapping too. Thank you for making this plugin.
Ogwekkuminogumu (Museenene) 2, 2018
The plugin has all the options I was looking for to integrate with OpenLDAP.
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- Fix issue with broken role-assignement in combination with WooCommerce
- Fix spelling issue
- Allow DN as role-definition
- Ignore the order of capabilities to tell the role. In addition the filter
editable_rolescan be used to limit the roles
- Fix issue with running on PHP8.1
- Improve group-assignement UI
- Make textfields in settings-page wider
- Replace deprecated function
- Fix undefined index
- Add filter for retrieving other params at login (authLdap_filter_attributes)
- Add do_action after successfull login (authLdap_login_successful)
- Allow to use environment variables for LDAP-URI configuration
- Allow to not overwrite existing WordPress-Users with LDAP-Users as that can be a security issue.
- Add search-base for groups. This might come in handy for multisite-instances
- This new release adds Multi-Site support. It will no longer be possible to use this plugin just in one subsite of a multisite installation!
- Adds a warning screen to the config-section when no LDAPextension could be found
- Fixes an issue with the max-length of the username
- Fixes an issue with escaped backslashes and quotes
- Allows parts of the LDAP-URI to be URLEncoded
- Drops support for PHP 5.4
- Allows multiple LDAP-servers to be queried (given that they use the same attributes)
- Fixes issue with URL-Encoded informations (see https://github.com/heiglandreas/authLdap/issues/108)
- Adds support for TLS
- Update to showing password-fields check (thanks to @chaplina)
- Removed generation of default email-address (thanks to @henryk)
- Fixes password-hashing when caching passwords (thanks to @litinoveweedle)
- Removes the possibility to reset a password for LDAP-based users (thanks to @chaplina)
- Removes the password-change-Email from 4.3 on (thanks to @litinoveweedle)
- Fixes double authentication-attempt (that resulted in failed authentication) (thanks to @litinoveweedle)
- Cleanup by removing deprecated code
- Fixes issues with undefined variables
- Enables internal option-versioning
- Setting users nickname initially to the realname instead of the uid
- Fixes display of password-change possibility in users profile-page
- Fixed an issue with changing display name on every login
- Use proper way of looking up user-roles in setups w/o DB-prefix
- Updated version string
- Use default user to retrieve group menberships and not logging in user.
- return the UID from the LDAP instead of the value given by the user
- remove unnecessary checkbox
- Adds a testsuite
- Fixes PSR2 violations
- Fixed an issue with group-ids
- Moved the code to GitHub (https://github.com/heiglandreas/authLdap)
- Changed the login-process. Now users that are not allowed to login due to
missing group-memberships are not created within your blog as was the standard
until Version 1.0.3 – Thanks to email@example.com
- Changed the default mail-address that is created when no mail-address can be
retrieved from the LDAP from firstname.lastname@example.org to $email@example.com so that
a new user can be created even though the mail address already exists in your
blog – Also thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Added support for WordPress-Table-prefixes as the capabilities of a user
are interlany stored in a field that is named “$tablePrefix_capabilities” –
again thanks to email@example.com and also to sim0n of silicium.mine.nu