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Using Query LDAP

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Hi ,

 

I am going to use Query LDAP for the first time and I am getting connection unsuccessful.

First of all: Active Directory Picker doesn't show anything. I typed in the domain manually.

after I put my username/password I get: connection unsuccessful.

any idea how to solve this issue?

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Re: Using Query LDAP

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Let's start with the basics, you have typed in an LDAP path such as

LDAP://CN=Users,DC=Nintex,DC.com

 

Then put in the username and pass of an account that has permissions to query the ldap (and can be verified)

 

Then to run a query you can use something common like

(&(objectClass=user)(samaccountname=myaccount))

 

Then you can perform a Run Now to test.

 

Normal mistakes are in the ldap path not being accurate, or user accessing does not have required permissions

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Thanks. the ldap path was not correct.

My Query LDAP returns location and there are multiple value in location, so I have created a collection variable called VarLocations and I call this variable in my email notification but doesn't return anything, when I run the Query LDAP it does return value .

My second question is that based on this values I have to create a Choice control on the Nintex Form, How do I do that?

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