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mediawiki-LdapAccount is a plugin for Mediawiki that restricts mediawiki accounts to an LDAP backend. User authenticate against LDAP and have their account information populate into mediawiki.

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  • LDAP Authentication for Mediawiki
  • No mediawiki users outside of LDAP
  • Only LDAP users can make edits
  • Changing password in mediawiki is disabled
  • SSL or Clear Text
  • Extrememly Permissive License
  • Anonymous Bind or Proxy Accounts to LDAP


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