The following is a guide for configuring LDAP on your Enterprise Formstack Account and within your Forms. Before enabling this authentication method, we recommend reviewing the following articles:
Be sure to thoroughly test your settings before confirming them. It’s also a good idea to provide an alternative login option until you have confirmed that these settings work as intended or as a back-up method.
Adding LDAP to your Account
1. Logged in as the Admin User on your Account, navigate to your Account Profile page > Authentication.
2. In your "Your Authentication Providers" menu, choose the "New Auth Provider Your Authentication Providers" option to add your settings.
3. Under the second field, as the "Auth Provider Type" option, select "LDAP" and add your preferred "Auth Provider Name" for the configuration. There is no standard for this field, you may enter any Auth Provider Name you'd like!
4. Before entering your "LDAP Settings", please be sure you have gathered all necessaryauthentication details outlined in the Getting Started with LDAP guide. As a requirement, you will need to have your LDAP Hostname, LDAP Port, Use SSL, LDAP Base DN, LDAP User RDN, and LDAP User Filter.
When you have entered these details, save your changes and your LDAP configuration is complete!
As an optional setting, you may include Custom SSO User Fields. These fields are used in tandem with the Single Sign-On (SSO) Autofill plugin that allows your users to populate fields on your forms with information from a selected SSO Provider and populate in your LDAP Authentication settings page in Formstack:
Custom Field Key: Locate the custom field is your LDAP account and retrieve the field unique identifier or field key ID. Copy this from LDAP and paste to your Formstack account.
Custom Field Label: Copy the field label from the LDAP account and paste to your Formstack account.