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OBIEE 11g: How To Setup ADSI LDAP Security Provider (Doc ID 1273961.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2022

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Reporting and Publishing Option - Version 11.1.1.3.0 [1905] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Relevant mainly for 11.1.1.3.0 ***


Purpose

This document was written during the OBIEE 11.1.1.3-11.1.1.6 time frame. Since that time, those versions have been deprecated.
The current recommendation is to follow the latest 11g or 12g security guide which documents this configuration thoroughly and correctly.

11g: 3.4.2 Configuring Active Directory as the Authentication Provider
12c: Reconfiguring Microsoft Active Directory as the Authentication Provider


How to setup Active Directory security provider with WLS, to be configured with OBIEE 11g.


This document is based on document <Note 1274953.1>, OBIEE 11g: Configuring Authentication and SSO with Active Directory and Windows Native Authentication.  These steps were tested with, and are based, on OBIEE 11.1.1.3. Subsequent releases of BI (including 11.1.1.5) may require slightly different configuration, or may offer additional functionality. Refer to the documentation relating to the release you are using for up-to-date instructions.

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Purpose
 This document is based on document <Note 1274953.1>, OBIEE 11g: Configuring Authentication and SSO with Active Directory and Windows Native Authentication.  These steps were tested with, and are based, on OBIEE 11.1.1.3. Subsequent releases of BI (including 11.1.1.5) may require slightly different configuration, or may offer additional functionality. Refer to the documentation relating to the release you are using for up-to-date instructions.
Scope
Details
 1) Security Provider configuration for ADSI LDAP
 2) Settings in EM security Credentials:
 3) Testing configurations
 4) Setting BISystemUser from ADSI
 5) Setting Admin Roles in Console, to include ADSI BISystemUser
 
6) Setting ADSI GROUPS mapping to APPLICATION ROLES
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