Path to files (Windows AD and webserver)
I have set on Apache server access to LDAP (Windows AD).
Now I would like to access to the files from HTML, but path like:
doesn't work and I am not sure what is set wrongly.
Could anybody help which kind of URL works in Vivaldi when I want to open file from LDAP?
modedit tiltle changed
Actually the LDAP server is not mounted to the webserver.
I just have set Apache on webserver in VirtualHost conf.
AuthName "AD authentication" AuthBasicProvider ldap AuthType Basic AuthLDAPGroupAttribute member AuthLDAPGroupAttributeIsDN On AuthLDAPURL "ldap://server:389/CN=Users,DC=mydomain,DC=znojmo?sAMAccountName?sub?(objectClass=*)" AuthLDAPBindDN "CN=webmaster, CN=Users, DC=mydomain, DC=znojmo" AuthLDAPBindPassword mywebmasterpassword require ldap-user webmaster
Gwen-Dragon...thanks for the answer
I have Webserver (Linux-Apache) and Fileserver(Windows AD)
They are on same local network.
My goal is on website create a link to open PDF from the AD. It was the reason why I started with the LDAP.
Thank You for any hint.
such path I already tried, but it returns:
Not allowed to load local resource: file://server/directory/file.pdf
so probably the problem will be in Apache configuration about the LDAP directives.
anyway Thank You!
for me was needed to be sure if the UNC path I set correctly.
I am sorry I am returning to this topic, but I found problem which depends on the Browser.
I am on a computer which is connected in domain.
From this computer I use Vivaldi and try open URL directly in new Tab:
Browser correctly open the PDF, but when this path is on DOM element:
<a href="file://server/mypath/test.pdf"><span style="font-size: 14pt;">SHOW</span></a>
so the Browser doesn't open the PDF.
I think it is default behavior because of security.
Same behavior has Firefox and Chrome. Both has extension for it.
The extension allow open local link user click what is good way.
Is something similar in Vivaldi?