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<AuthBy ADSI> authenticates from Windows Active Directory, which is the user information database on Windows 2000 and later servers. It uses ADSI (Active Directory Service Interface) to get user information from any Active Directory service provider available to your Windows server. It is only available on Windows 2000 and later server platforms. It is implemented in AuthADSI.pm.
ADSI is a unified interface to Windows user information that was introduced in Windows 2000. Active Directory can access user information from a range of provider types:
You can configure AuthBy ADSI to use any of these service providers.
During authentication, <AuthBy ADSI> check and honours AccountDisabled, IsAccount-Locked and LoginHours for the user being authenticated. It also checks the users password (by attempting to change it). Because Active Directory does not make the plaintext password available, <AuthBy ADSI> only supports PAP, not CHAP or MSCHAP authentication.
<AuthBy ADSI> understands also the same parameters as <AuthBy xxxxxx>. For more information, see Section 3.28. <AuthBy xxxxxx>.