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8.2. LDAP and Microsoft Active Directory

Value for $g_login_method: LDAP
Authentication is made against an LDAP or Active Directory server.
The LDAP parameters should be setup as explained in Section 5.21.2, “LDAP authentication method parameters”.
An MD5 hash of the user's password will be stored in the database upon successful login, allowing fall-back to Standard Authentication when the LDAP server is not available.
The user's ID and password is checked against the Directory; if the credentials are valid, then the user is allowed to login and their user account in MantisBT is created automatically.