RADIUS & LDAP with AD Bridge | JumpCloud Tutorial
In this video, JumpCloud’s associate product manager Kyle Randolph addresses the following topics:
- Adding a group of users to RADIUS
- Adding the prior group to LDAP
- Authenticating into JIRA using AD managed user credentials
Keep in mind that in order to follow the steps outlined in this tutorial, you need to already have users and groups added into JumpCloud through the AD Bridge. You can find a detailed tutorial on how to set this up here.
This video is part of a series on how to use JumpCloud’s AD Bridge. Use the links below to access individual parts of the series:
- Installing AD Bridge
- Using AD Bridge
- Managing Cloud Servers with AD Bridge
- User Account Provisioning and Control with AD Bridge
- Users & Groups and AD Bridge
- RADIUS & LDAP with AD Bridge
We hope that you find these tutorial videos helpful, but if you would like to get additional information then you can visit our support page. We have detailed articles for both RADIUS-as-a-Service and LDAP-as-a-Service. Both RADIUS and LDAP are key features of the JumpCloud Directory-as-a-Service platform, and understanding how you can leverage them for your organization can lead to less time managing on-prem hardware, fewer third party applications, and easier accessibility for end users.
Do You Have Questions on RADIUS & LDAP with a Bridge?
If you do, we’d love to help. Any questions that you might have about the individual features, the bridge process, or Directory-as-a-Service in general, can be answered by reaching out to the JumpCloud team or reading the website. In addition, if you would like to see more tutorial videos, you can find our entire library of them on this playlist. Finally, for the more technical questions, you can search our extensive Knowledge Base.
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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Jon Griffin. Read the original post at: JumpCloud