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Hey, i have apache installed on centos 5.0, and now i want to make a connection with active directory using the mod_authz_ldap module for apache. However in every tutorial i follow the configuration for it is stored in /etc/httpd/conf.d/mod_authz_ldap.conf however my /etc/httpd/conf.d/ folder does not contain this file it only a readme and a welcome file.
In the httpd.conf file the mod_authnz_ldap is loaded though, and the mod_autnz_ldap.so is present in the modules folder.
Now how do set my mod_authnz_ldap to connect with active directory??
Or another way to set it up to connect with active directory, the point im getting at is this. All my users have a folder in active directory like /home/username1 /home/username2 but some users have a different folder like /documents/username3 so and if i try to surf to localhost/username2 A popup will show up where you have to login with your active directory credentials. and if correct you get the dir listing otherwise you don't.