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Barracuda Cloud Control

Understanding LDAP Authentication

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Before adding users to Barracuda Cloud Control via your organization's Active Directory servers, verify against the criteria described in Active Directory Authentication.

Use LDAP authentication to store and administer Barracuda Cloud Control user accounts via your organization's AD servers; note that you must have a verified domain to use LDAP. All users for the verified domain are required to use their LDAP credentials to access Barracuda Cloud Control.

Once LDAP authentication is set up and enabled, users added to Barracuda Cloud Control by the account administrator are automatically set up to use LDAP authentication, replacing the current user Barracuda Cloud Control login credentials with their LDAP credentials. New users log in to Barracuda Cloud Control using their LDAP credentials and follow the onscreen instructions to join the appropriate account.

You can add multiple email domains to a single LDAP profile. Additionally, if you acquire another company, those users retain their email addresses, and, if necessary, the LDAP profiles can be combined on a single Barracuda Cloud Control account.