Root DN for LDAP database
The domain of the local domain controller that hosts the users.
The directory starts out completely empty, without even a root structure present. Initializing the directory with a root record and other supporting directory sub-structures (i.e., sub-directories) is required before adding any user data.
Administration login DN
By default, Active Directory does not allow anonymous LDAP connections. To change this, to enter the DN of a user that's allowed to connect to the server and read all user and group data. Unless a special user account has already been created for this purpose, an easy choice is to use the built-in administrator account. By default, the administrator DN is in the form cn=Administrator,dc=<Local Domain>.
Existing Administration password.
New administration password
Create a new password for OpenLDAP directory management.
Indexes to cache
Number of indexes to cache to improve performance tuning for user lookups.
Database entries to cache
Number of database entries to cache to improve performance tuning for user lookups.
Access control options
Setting which determines access control setting between SoftNAS and the LDAP server.
Maximum number of search results
Max. number of search results for user lookups.
Maximum time for searches
Max. amount of time for user lookup searches.