I configured the LDAP today and after some minor issues with our DAP schemas I was able to get the basic auth working. But I cannot seem to get the group mapping to work. Our schema is simple, dc=cm,dc=cluster, the users are there, and then there is ou=Group,dc=cm,dc=cluster. Our metabase is a docker, I am unsure where to look for logs to see what is actually happening. Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Here’s an example mapping from our instance:
CN=Accounting,OU=Some Other Grouping,OU=Groups,OU=Staff,OU=Accounts,DC=example,DC=org
I’m not an expert on this, but make sure you get the
CN= part for the actual group you’re trying to map.
I think the issue with our LDAP is that groups are POSIX groups. I cannot find any documentation on what LDAP attributes are needed by Metabase. Originally for our user accounts, they were also POSIX. Only when a user was recreated as an inetorguser, and the first name attribute was filled in, would login work for them in Metabase. Any help here would be helpful.
I have the issue in Metabase.
I have put these in the Authentication > LDAP:
Username or DN
User search base
And in the Group Mapping, I put this:
And set the Groups to Admin:
(I followed the instruction here: https://www.powerupcloud.com/freeipa-integration-with-metabase-part-iii/)
The LDAP Authentication works fine but the group mapping doesn’t.
Same here with Posix accounts on LDAP impossible to get the mapping to work but the users can log in .
Anyone has a solution.??
I am facing the same issue. Even I have setup different filter than inetorguser filter.