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HP Digital Sender 9100C - Anonymous Active Directory Authentication

By default, Active Directory is not configured to allow anonymous queries of the information contained in the Active Directory store. When an administrator configures LDAP Addressing or NT Authentication, he or she must decide between changing Active Directory to accept anonymous queries or configure the Digital Sender or Authentication Software with authenticated access:
  • If Active Directory is configured for anonymous access, the Digital Sender or Authentication Software can be configured to do an anonymous LDAP query.
  • If Active Directory is not configured for anonymous access, the Digital Sender or Authentication Software must be configured for either simple or NTLM authentication. Active Directory supports NTLM for backward compatibility to Windows NT clients, and because of this, is the preferred method of configuring the Digital Sender or Authentication Software for Active Directory.
note:
Important Security Note: The username and password (used in the simple method of authentication) are transmitted over the network in "cleartext." This means that this information can be read by anyone with access to the data on the network.

Anonymous access

To configure Active Directory Services for an anonymous LDAP query complete the following steps:
  1. Open the Active Directory Users & Computers Microsoft Management Console application.
  2. Right-click the Users container select Properties.
  3. Select the Security tab.
  4. Select Add .
  5. Select the group Everyone and click Add
  6. Select OK.
  7. Select the Advanced button.
  8. Highlight the Everyone object.
  9. Select the View/Edit button.
  10. Select This object and all child objects from the Apply onto: dropdown list.
  11. Select Apply.
  12. Close the Properties dialog boxes by selecting OK.
  13. Right-click on the Users container and select Refresh.
    note:
    Enabling Anonymous access to the Users container may enable other anonymous users (for example, the Guest logon) to view LDAP properties as well. For more information on Security and Active Directory, consult Microsoft support.

Simple Authentication

Simple Authentication is supported in Windows 2000 Active Directory, but note that the username and password information entered into the Logon Method section for Configuring NT Authentication and Addressing will be passed over the network as "cleartext." Active Directory does not need to be configured any differently for Simple Authentication.

NTLM Authentication

NTLM Authentication is fully supported in Windows 2000 Active Directory, and provides backward compatibility for Windows NT4 workstations and servers in the Windows 2000 environment. NTLM is still supported even after the Windows 2000 Domain has been changed from a Mixed Mode Domain to a Native Mode Domain. In addition, NTLM provides username and password encryption.

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