I've done a search but couldn't find an exact answer.
Our previous network manager has set up Zimbra to authenticate against a Microsoft Active Directory. Now this all works fine, but soon we are having an upgrade of our DC with a new server name.
So I thought I'd check what auth settings we currently have, and to edit the server LDAP list.
Thing is though, I've gone into admin console > domains > configure authentication, and it is set to 'External Active Directory', with our server URL there already and port 3268. But when I type in a standard username/password in the next screen, the TEST fails:
Authentication test failed Server message: Authentication failed. Invalid credentials (bad dn/password)
zimbra javax.naming.AuthenticationException: [LDAP: error code 49 - 80090308: LdapErr: DSID-0C090334, comment: AcceptSecurityContext error, data 525, vece
...with more lines.
So I'm totally confused - how is it currently logging in users against AD when this test of the current settings says failed?
Is there a file on the zimbra server where I can see what the current settings are for LDAP authentication?
Or if anyone has ideas, I'd appreciate your help.
Thank you for your time,