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Optionally, select enable LDAP or/and Active Directory to authenticate users against an external LDAP directory. For details on how to configure LDAP/AD authentication, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Configuring_LDAP/AD_Authentication|Configuring LDAP/AD Authentication]].
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In v. ≤ 4.4.3 ''Grolar'', you have to enable LDAP or/and Active Directory to authenticate users against an external LDAP directory. From v. 4.4.3 ''Beefalo'', LDAP/AD authentication is enabled by default. For details on how to configure LDAP/AD authentication, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Configuring_LDAP/AD_Authentication|Configuring LDAP/AD Authentication]].

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In v. ≤ 4.4.3 ''Grolar'', you have to enable LDAP or/and Active Directory to authenticate users against an external LDAP directory. From v. 4.4.3 ''Beefalo'', LDAP/AD authentication is enabled by default. For details on how to configure LDAP/AD authentication, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Configuring_LDAP/AD_Authentication|Configuring LDAP/AD Authentication]].
TranslationIn v. ≤ 4.4.3 ''Grolar'', you have to enable LDAP or/and Active Directory to authenticate users against an external LDAP directory. From v. 4.4.3 ''Beefalo'', LDAP/AD authentication is enabled by default. For details on how to configure LDAP/AD authentication, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Configuring_LDAP/AD_Authentication|Configuring LDAP/AD Authentication]].

In v. ≤ 4.4.3 Grolar, you have to enable LDAP or/and Active Directory to authenticate users against an external LDAP directory. From v. 4.4.3 Beefalo, LDAP/AD authentication is enabled by default. For details on how to configure LDAP/AD authentication, see Configuring LDAP/AD Authentication.