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The Unison by Melissa Settings menu contains server settings, user information, connections to databases, your license with Melissa, and details of the platform.
The Server and Users pages will only be visible and accessible to accounts with admin privileges.
This section displays the server information.
The Server page will only be visible and accessible to accounts with admin privileges.
- The configuration settings for the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server.
- The LDAP host server address.
- The port the LDAP host server
LDAP Base DN
- The LDAP Base DN (Distinguished Name). This specifies the domain by using DC (Domain Components). For example: "DC=melissadata,DC=com".
LDAP User DN
- The LDAP User DN (Distinguished Name). This specifies the server by using OU (Organizational Unit). For example: "OU=mdserver".
LDAP User RDN Key
- The LDAP User RDN (Relative Distinguished Name). For example: "CN=".
LDAP User Group DN
- The LDAP User Group DN (Distinguished Name). This specifies user group names. For example: "OU=UserGroup1,OU=UserGroup2".
LDAP Admin Group DN
- The LDAP Admin Group DN (Distinguished Name). This specifies admin group names. For example: "OU=AdminGroup1,OU=AdminGroup2".
LDAP Username Attribute
- The username of the account. For example: "sAMAccountName=Username".
LDAP First Name Attribute
- The First Name associated with the user account. For example: "givenName=FirstName".
LDAP Last Name Attribute
- The Last Name SN (Surname) associated with the user account. For example: "SN=LastName".
LDAP Email Attribute
- The LDAP Email. This specifies the email address. For example: "email@example.com".
- The LDAP TTL (Time To Live). This specifies the duration, in seconds, the server will store the records until they are revalidated. For example: "3000".
- To test your LDAP, enter a Test Username and Test Password and click Verify. You can then refer to Status for more details on the test.
- This will show the test status of a basic connection, basic authentication, and user retrieval.
This section lists the user accounts set up on the platform. You may also create new users here by clicking the New User button.
The Users page will only be visible and accessible to accounts with admin privileges.
- The username of the user.
- The email address of the user.
- The first name of the user.
- The last name of the user.
- The last login date of the user. Month DD, YYYY HH:MM format.
This section displays the connections to databases you set up. You may also create new connections here by clicking the Create New Connection button.
- The name of the connection.
- The vendor name.
- The host name.
- The port the database is accessed through.
This section displays your license details, including the expiration date.
- Your license key. You can edit this by clicking the Edit button.
License Customer Number
- The customer ID number associated with your license.
License Expiration Date
- The date your license expires.
This section displays the version information for your install as well as contact information for Melissa.