In order to Configure LDAP Server use the following settings :
1. Create a general user for ldap search called ldap under users organization unit.
2. Change the LDAP Mappings as followed : - User Mappings - User Group Mappings - User Group Membership Mappings
This is very helpful, thanks.
I posted this question on its own a few months ago but didn't get anywhere, so just for kicks I'm going to post it here in a thread that might know something about AD.
We have an issue with our JSS where AD users suffer from severe lags when creating/modifying policies or configuration profiles. Clicks take forever to be recognized and sometimes pages just timeout entirely. However, if we log in as a local admin or other local user, the issues immediately go away.
I used the screenshots above to verify that all of our settings are correct and they appear to be so.
Are u using JSS installed on a windows machine or linux ?
If it's installed on a linux machine like i did, then you must modify the resolve.conf file:
nameserver x.x.x.x (the ip address of the AD must be the first nameserver)
Also if you upgraded the JSS to the latest version 9.93 , then you must upgrade the java version to 1.8
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openjdk-r/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jdk
In order to switch between the old java and the new one when you have different versions run the following command from the terminal:
sudo update-alternatives --config java
Press enter to keep the current choice[*], or type selection number: