The Users tree branch contains information about all configured user groups. Cleo VLNavigator supports authenticating users using its own database or using a directory service via LDAP. A non-LDAP user with administrative privileges, such as the default administrator user, should be defined in case the LDAP server is not functional.
Configuring the Cleo VLNavigator LDAP server
Use the LDAP Server tab in Cleo VLNavigator to configure the LDAP server to authenticate internal administrators and operators of the Cleo VLNavigator and VersaLexapplications.
Default LDAP group
On the LDAP Server tab, when an LDAP directory service is configured, the optional Username and Password fields are specified, Create/Maintain Default LDAP Group is selected, and Apply is clicked, a special user group called Default LDAP will appear under the Users tree. The Default LDAP group is a convenience group, provided as an easy way to add many users at one time. The users within this group will correspond to those shown when List is clicked (not including any users that already exist within other VLNavigator user groups).
Once created, the Default LDAP group can be disabled, refreshed, or removed by right-clicking the user group within the tree pane and selecting Disable, Refresh, or Remove. IfRemove is selected, Create/Maintain Default LDAP Group cleared for you and the group is removed. Another way to remove the Default LDAP group is to clear Create/Maintain Default LDAP Group and click Apply.
The users within the Default LDAP group cannot be edited or disabled; however, they can be moved to another user group by right-clicking on the user within the tree pane and selecting Move.