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Barracuda CloudGen Access

How to Deploy a CloudGen Access User Directory Connector With Docker

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You can install a User Directory Connector on a CentOS using RPMs, or any Debian-based OS. It can also be run directly on any modern Linux (it is a single static binary), or using a docker container. You can obtain the mandatory configuration parameter, the enrollment_token, from the CloudGen Console when you create a new User Directory.

First, run this command to make sure you have the latest version of the connector:

 docker pull fydeinc/fyde-connector

By default, a connector runs indefinitely and runs its user/group syncing every 15 minutes. This behavior can be changed through other configuration options as described in the parameters for each source.

Example: Google Workspace and Microsoft Entra ID

  1. Go to the Admin Console.
  2. In the Add external user directory popup, click Authorize
  3. Copy the enrollment token from the popup and paste it into the  docker run  command  below in place of 'your enrollment token'.
  4. Run docker with the sync switch:

docker run -it fydeinc/fyde-connector --enrollment-token='your_enrollment_token auth_token=connector1_token&tenant_id=tenantid1' sync

If you want docker to run it without stopping, you need to run the command and send it to the background. Additionally, you can add a parameter to start the service again after the reboot.

docker run -d --restart always fydeinc/fyde-connector --enrollment-token='https://enterprise.barracuda......' --azure-auth-token='eAJ4q2wcbi......'

Example: LDAP Directory and Okta Directory

You do not need to give the authorize switch; you can run directly with the sync switch.

Example for LDAP:

docker run --name ldap-sync -it fydeinc/fyde-connector:latest --enrollment-token='https://enterprise.barracuda......' --ldap-host='XX.XX.XX.XX' --ldap-profile='ad' --ldap-user-search-base='dc=mydomain,dc=com' --ldap-group-search-base='dc=mydomain,dc=com' --ldap-auth-method='simple' --ldap-auth-username='MYDOMAIN\Administrator' --ldap-auth-password='******' --loglevel='debug' --no-ldap-use-starttls sync

Example for Okta:

docker run -it fydeinc/fyde-connector --enrollment-token='https://enterprise.fyde......' --okta-auth-token='eAJ4q2wc......' --okta-domainname='' sync