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Nagios Log Server – Using SSL/TLS with Active Directory / LDAP

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This document describes how to install the required certificate on the Nagios Log Server for use with LDAP or Active Directory (AD) Integration in Nagios Log Server. This process is required if your LDAP / AD server has a self signed certificate.
This document is intended for use by Nagios Log Server Administrators that require secure LDAP / AD connectivity. You may already have the LDAP / AD Integration configured in Nagios Log Server, this documentation will allow you to update your integration to use certificates.