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The best approach is to use AD LS which can act as a proxy and consolidate
the traffic from multiple AD domainshttps://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa705886
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Identity - Pivotal Cloud Foundry
On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 6:35 AM, Jakub Witkowski <cuba888(a)wp.pl> wrote:
I would like to create configuration that will work with more than one
LDAP backend for users authentication.
I've read some Java code of UAA but it's not clear for my if configuration
describe below is possible.
My configuration have users split over two AD domains controller. Desired
configuration have only one UAA endpoints.
I don't want setup two UUA server or use multitenant configuration in UAA.
Desired configuration have one UAA server with database MariaDB as primary
profile and multiple LDAP backends only user for authentication.
Mariadb will have all groups and there shouldn't be be any LDAP mappings
between and UAA (but if it possible it would quite nice to create some kind