LDAP Server Settings

The Remote UI enables you to store and edit the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server settings. If the LDAP server information is stored, the machine can access the LDAP server on the network to search and obtain addresses when you are storing or specifying addresses.
The LDAP server settings are the same as those that you can access from the control panel of the machine by pressing (Settings/Registration) → [Set Destination] → [Register LDAP Server]. For instructions on using the control panel to specify LDAP settings, see "LDAP Server Settings."
To specify LDAP server settings, it is necessary to log in as an administrator.

Click [Settings/Registration] → select [Set Destination].
Click [Register LDAP Server].
Specify the LDAP server settings.
To register an LDAP server:
Click [Register] on the <Register LDAP Server> screen.
Specify the necessary fields → click [OK].
Server Name:
Enter the name of the LDAP server.
Server Address:
Enter the address of the LDAP server.
Position to Start Search:
Enter the location (the directory in the LDAP server) from which to start searching.
Use SSL:
Set whether to use SSL or not. If you select this check box, SSL will be used.
Port Number:
Enter the port number that the LDAP server uses. The default value for <Port Number> varies depending on whether or not you select [Use SSL]. If necessary, change the default port number setting.
Max Number of Addresses to Search:
Enter the maximum number of addresses to search on the LDAP server.
Search Timeout:
Enter the maximum search time for addresses on the LDAP server before the session times out.
Login Information:
Set the login information. Select the type of login information from the <Login Information> drop-down list → specify the necessary fields. Some fields may be disabled, depending on the type of login information selected.
For more information on these settings, see "LDAP Server Settings."
To edit LDAP server settings:
Click the LDAP server name.
Specify the necessary fields → click [OK].
To delete an LDAP server:
On the <Register LDAP Server> screen, click the radio button for the LDAP server that you want to delete → click [Delete] → click [OK] on the dialog box that appears to ask for your confirmation to delete the selected LDAP server.
Once an LDAP server's settings are deleted, they cannot be retrieved.