Configure LDAP to permit Domino read and write access for CMN’s Directory Connector to the primary address book
1. In the Domino Administrator, on the Configuration tab: In the navigation tree on the left
expand Directory, then expand LDAP, and then select Settings.
If you already have an LDAP configuration document, Domino Administrator will open it
into the window on the right. If you do not, then Domino will prompt you to create one.
2. In the LDAP configuration document: Click Edit LDAP Settings.
3. If you will configure any Exchange-to-Notes connectors: In the LDAP Settings, set Allow LDAP
users write access to Yes.
(This step is unnecessary if you will configure only Notes-to-Exchange connectors.)
4. If configuring a coexistence with a Domino 6.5.x server (only):
You must also disable constraint checking on LDAP writes.
5. Save & Close the document, and then restart the Domino server.
- LDAP writes to the Domino directory also require that the directory ACL have the Maximum Internet name and
password set to Editor, and have all Roles
- Also the account used to access Domino must have Add and Delete access to the names.nsf database on the Domino server.
Configure LDAP to permit Domino read and write access for CMN’s Directory Connector to the secondary address book.
The Directory Connector can write to a secondary address book, if you use Notes Directory Assistance (DA)
to direct LDAP writes to a selected address book. Many prefer this approach to isolate the updates
and eliminate direct updates to the production NAB. To configure Notes for this see the following Articles: