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LDAP Authentification fails on HP Device Manager

LDAP Authentification fails on HP Device Manager

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Hello community

I would like to integrate Active Directory authentification into HP Device Manager (Version 4.5 Rev B).
When I try to connect, HPDM returns a generic error message.

I sniffed with Wireshark and found the following:

CODE

searchResDone(2) operationsError (000004DC: LdapErr: DSID-0C0906E8, comment: In order to perform this operation a successful bind must be completed on the connection., data 0, v1db1)  [0 results] 

In Wireshark i can see the bindRequest going out to the DC, which returns a success message - so the bind should be complete IMHO

When I tried to authenticate with this account over the LDP-Tool, it worked fine.

My test parameters at the moment are like this:
Host: myLDAPserver.mydomain.net (also tried 'mydomain.net' or IP)
Port: 389
No Encryption

General LDAP (There's also an option for 'Active Directory', but it generates the same error)
Base-DN: dc=mydomain,dc=net
RDN-Attribute: distinguishedName (also tried sAMAcccountName, CN, UID)
Username: CN=svc-LDAP-HPDM,CN=AnotherOU,CN=AnotherOU,CN=MyOU,DC=mydomain,DC=net
pw: mypassword

Can anybody explain this behaviour? I really tried every combination I can imagine. Firewall is no problem - there is none betwen my HPDM Server and the LDAP Server.
I hope, you have all information you need. Otherwise I would be pleased to provide you with whatever you want to know.

Best regards from Switzerland,
Simon

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