On the Active Directory tab you can configure Active Directory authentication. You just need a user account in Active Directory to configure this.
- Default domain
To improve user experience enter the default domain, so users belonging to the domain can sign in with username. Users not belonging to the domain would have to sign in with domainname\username.
- Active Directory server address
The address of your Active Directory (AD) server.
- Active Directory server port
Default TCP ports:
- Secure LDAPS: 636
- LDAP: 389
- Enable secure LDAPS
Uncheck this to use the LDAP protocol.
Remember to set the port correctly.
Select the network the Active Directory server is on. A computer with Printix Client must be online on that network, otherwise the on-premise Active Directory server can not be contacted for authentication and you will see the message: No connection to Active Directory server. We recommend installing Printix Client on an extra computer with permanent network access. You could for example install Printix Client on an existing on-premise server.
Enter your network username (not saved) to test the connection.
Enter your network password (not saved) to test the connection. The password must not contain the character hash (#).
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