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Topic # 25972 8-Sep-2008 11:27
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Im trying to setup phpBB to use LDAP to pull authentication information so our end users dont have to remember another password etc........

Ive installed everything using XAMPP for Windows, the main forum itself is running but whenever I try to get phpBB to use LDAP, I get the error "LDAP extension not available"

Ive uncommented the extension for php/ldap in Apache, added the PHP dir to the PATH for windows and copied the DLLs into their various directories but still get the same error message.

Anyone got any ideas ?




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  Reply # 163839 11-Sep-2008 19:43
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integrating with Windows 2003 server for LDAP auth?

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  Reply # 164194 13-Sep-2008 12:22
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Yup, exactly what Im wanting to do :)




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  Reply # 164205 13-Sep-2008 13:11
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I have configured it successfully myself, but it was a while ago that I did it. When I get back to work on Monday I'll take a look at how I set it up and see if that can help.

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  Reply # 164445 15-Sep-2008 09:13
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That would be great, thanks very much :)




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  Reply # 164567 15-Sep-2008 17:37
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I'm not sure how XAMPP configures everything that's installed or if they do anything different/unusual. I didn't use XAMPP and installed the individual programs I needed independently. I'm running PHP Version 5.2.5 on my windows Apache based webserver.
Ensure you have the php_ldap.dll located in your PHP directory in the 'ext' folder and make sure that the extension_dir in PHP.ini is pointing to the correct location eg:
extension_dir="C:\Program Files\PHP\ext"

Restart Apache and load up a phpinfo page and you should have a listing for LDAP, it should be that simple. Getting authentication to work with Server 2003 is quite a bit more tricky but we can get to that once you have the LDAP extension operating correctly.

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  Reply # 164647 15-Sep-2008 22:01
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You may also need the line "extension=php_ldap.dll" in the php.ini file.




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  Reply # 164649 15-Sep-2008 22:08
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Spyware: You may also need the line "extension=php_ldap.dll" in the php.ini file.


yes, that too, I didn't mention it as I had misread where you said that you had uncommented the extension already but upon re-reading you said you'd uncommented it in Apache not PHP. you can find it under the Dynamic Extensions section of php.ini and uncomment it or just copy and paste that line to the end of the php.ini file.

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  Reply # 165097 17-Sep-2008 15:01
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Still no go... grrr.. frustrating Yell
I'll go over everything again tonight after Ive had some food... probably something obvious Ive missed Laughing
Thanks for your help so far :)




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  Reply # 165099 17-Sep-2008 15:14
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Don't know if it applies to your server, but when I had to integrate our firewall's VPN solution to AD, I had to manually enable LDAP access on Win2K3 following some article on www.petri.co.il.

Try using Softerra's LDAP Browser to test the access (and filters) to AD.




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  Reply # 165103 17-Sep-2008 15:25
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just remembered something else.
you need to have PHP set in the system path on your webserver.

so to do this:
1. Right click my computer and choose properties.
2. go to the advanced tab
3. click environment variables
4. under system paths scroll down to the 'path' setting
5. edit the path and add the location of your PHP install with a semi colon separator at the end.
    e.g C:\Program Files\PHP\;
6. click ok however many times to return to the desktop.
7. restart the computer.

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