||Enter the name of the server.
||Select this check box if the server is active.
|LDAP Server URLs
||Enter the URLs of the primary and backup LDAP servers. Servers are first
ordered by operational status, with servers that are Up listed first, then ordered
by the Order value that you specify. The first server listed is the primary LDAP
server. The others are redundant servers.
||Enter the URL of the server. Configure the form to add this field if
necessary. It is a calculated read-only field that shows the list of LDAP servers
that you can also see in the LDAP Server URLs field,
separated by a space, and ordered by operational status and the order values of
|Login distinguished name
||Enter the distinguished name (DN) of the user authenticating the LDAP
||Enter the server's password.
|Starting search directory
||Enter the relative distinguished name (RDN) of the default search directory.
All queries to this LDAP server will start from this RDN.
||Select the MID Server you want to use to connect to the LDAP server. Using a
MID Server to establish an LDAP connection prevents you from having to expose the
LDAP server to external network traffic. It also eliminates the need to establish
a VPN tunnel between your LDAP server and ServiceNow data centers.
- The MID Server user must have the user_admin role in order to be able to
read LDAP server configuration records.
- The following are not available with the MID Server:
- LDAP authentication
- SSL connection
||Specify the maximum number of seconds that the instance has to establish an
LDAP connection. If no connection is made by this time, the connection is
||Specify the number of seconds the integration has to read LDAP data. The
integration stops reading LDAP data after the connection exceeds the read timeout.
If you enable an SSL connection, you can also set a read timeout value with
thecom.glide.ssl.read.timeoutsystem property. If you enter
timeout values for both this field and the system property, the lowest timeout
value takes precedence.
||Select this check box to require the LDAP server to make an SSL-encrypted
connection. For more information, see Enable SSL. If you selected a MID Server,
this field is not available.
||Select this check box to enable the integration to periodically poll Microsoft Active Directory
servers or LDAP servers that support persistent search request control.
Additionally, if you selected a MID Server, the listener functionality is
available for that MID Server. See LDAP listener
and Enable an LDAP listener for more information.
|Listen interval (timeout value)
||Specify the listener timeout value in the number of minutes that the
integration listens for LDAP data with every connection. The integration stops
listening for LDAP data after the connection exceeds the listen interval.
||Select this check box to have the LDAP server split up LDAP attribute data
into multiple result sets rather than submit multiple queries.