NTC LDAP Role Filter Configuration

NTC LDAP Role Filter Configuration

  1. On Domain Controller, create a group (e.g. customntcgroup)
  2. Create a user and add it to created group.

  1. Login to NoTouch Center as Administrator.
  2. Go to Users – Create Role.
  3. Enter Role name (i.e. customntcgroup) PS: Name of created group on domain controller must match with the name of Role name.

  1. Go to User list and edit created role. Assign rights from that available rights and Save settings.

  1. Navigate to Settings – Authentication. 
  2. Enter Role filter.

  1. Save Settings and reboot NoTouch Center.
  2. Login to NoTouch Center using LDAP user of created group (i.e. customntcgroup)

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