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Configuring LDAP with Sun Java System Directory Server

By default, the Sun Java System Directory Server allows anonymous users to browse the directory. However, only authenticated users are able to see whether a user account is disabled. To use custom validation filters, the Authentication Service must be configured with LDAP credentials.


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An account is considered disabled when the nsAccountLock attribute is set to true. Use the following user validation filter to prevent users with disabled accounts from refreshing their session credentials:

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