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  *  basedn: dc=example, dc=com   *  basedn: dc=example, dc=com
-Note - The default LDAP port is 389 which will search the baseDN specified. If however you have a large AD forest with multiple subdomains, port 3268 can be used to search via the global catalogue (The "host" parameter must be a GC server for your forest)+Note - The default LDAP port is 389 which will search the baseDN specified. If however you have a large AD forest with multiple subdomains, port 3268 can be used to search via the Global Catalog (The "host" parameter must be a GC server for your forest). When using Global Catalog, it seems that you have to set the port number in the host field (ldap://ad.mycorp:3268). Setting the port in the port field only does not allow you to search sub-domains.
If anonymous directory search is not allowed and your user objects are not all to be found in BaseDN, you will need to specify values for a RootDN and the password (e.g. RootDN: CN=GLPI user search,CN=users,DC=myAD,DC=example,DC=com) If anonymous directory search is not allowed and your user objects are not all to be found in BaseDN, you will need to specify values for a RootDN and the password (e.g. RootDN: CN=GLPI user search,CN=users,DC=myAD,DC=example,DC=com)