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Last updated Jun 11, 2024

Active Directory Scope

UiPath.ActiveDirectoryDomainServices.Activities.ActiveDirectoryScope

Description

Connects to Active Directory and provides a scope for other Active Directory activities.

Project compatibility

Windows - Legacy | Windows

Configuration

Common
  • DisplayName - The display name of the activity.
Connection (primary)
  • ActiveDirectoryServer - The domain controller server. If not provided, it automatically returns to the current Active Directory (AD) in which the current user resides.
  • ConnectionType - The type of connection. You can select one of the two values: LDAP or LDAPS. The default value is LDAP.
  • Password - The password for the provided Username.
  • Port - A custom Port for the connection. This field supports only integer and Int32 variables.
  • Username - The name of the user that performs the Active Directory operations. The format should be provided as domain\username.
Connection (secondary)
  • ActiveDirectoryServer - The domain controller server. If not provided, it automatically returns to the current Active Directory (AD) in which the current user resides.
  • ConnectionType - The type of connection. You can select one of the two values: LDAP or LDAPS. The default value is LDAP.
  • Password - The password for the provided Username.
  • Port - A custom Port for the connection. This field supports only integer and Int32 variables.
  • Username - The name of the user that performs the Active Directory operations. The format should be provided as domain\username.
Misc
  • Private - If selected, the values of variables and arguments are no longer logged at Verbose level.

    Note: If you didn't provide any value for Active Directory Server, Password or Username parameters, then the credentials of the user that is currently logged in are used for connecting to the Active Directory the logged in user belongs to.

LDAPS Server Connection

In order for the robot to be able to connect to the specified Active Directory server via LDAPS, there are two options:

  1. The robot's machine is joined to the targeted Active Directory domain.
  2. The Active Directory's SSL certificate is installed locally on the robot machine in a trusted certificate store and the Active Directory server can be reached from the robot machine by its FQDN.
  • Description
  • Project compatibility
  • Configuration
  • LDAPS Server Connection

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