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In computing, directory service or name service maps the names of network resources to their respective network addresses. It is a shared information infrastructure for locating, managing, administering and organizing everyday items and network resources, which can include volumes, folders, files, printers, users, groups, devices, telephone numbers and other objects. A directory service is a critical component of a network operating system. A directory server or name server is a server which provides such a service. Each resource on the network is considered an object by the directory server. Information about a particular resource is stored as a collection of attributes associated with that resource or object.
A directory service defines a namespace for the network. The namespace is used to assign a name (unique identifier) to each of the objects. Directories typically have a set of rules determining how network resources are named and identified, which usually includes a requirement that the identifiers be unique and unambiguous. When using a directory service, a user does not have to remember the physical address of a network resource; providing a name locates the resource. Some directory services include access control provisions, limiting the availability of directory information to authorized users.
I'd like to move from the Synology LDAP package to Synology Directory Server package to have a real Active Directory..
But in LDAP I have all the users and groups and fileshares and apps are attached to that. \
But first, is there a way to simply migrate the user and group objects to the AD? I...
my organization uses Google Workspace and I would like to allow the Workspace users accessing the NAS of the organization by using the same credentials of the Google account.
I would have tried this tutorial but unfortunately the version of Google Workspace in use by the...
Hi, I would like to export all the users I have ever created in "Synology Directory Server". So usernames, e-mail addresses, last-name, first-name,...
Is there anybody who has any idea on how to accomplish this ?
Thanks a lot !
As this category has only few posts I just wanted to share the info:
NICHT NUR FÜR PARTNER! Synology Directory Server - NAS als Domain Controller
Sichern Sie sich Ihren limitierten Teilnahmeplatz. Synology Product Managerin Annika Opitz informiert Sie, wie:
- Ihre Synology zur Alternative zum...
On synology site, in this place:
Synology Directory Server Package | Synology Inc.
there is information about a feature called Auto-install Application.
Does anybody knows how to use it with Windows work stations?
So, I've got a NAS running with its own domain and a Let's Encrypt certificate. I've got the LDAP Server package installed. When running tests, I figured out that I can connect and browse the LDAP directory over an unsecured connection, but if I try to enable SSL - it fails. Both port...
I have installed Synology Directory server but it isn't longer needed so i want to switch to LDAP
Is that possible without losing data?
The biggest problem is mailplus i think.
Is it possible to keep my emails?
I set up a wild card LetsEncypt cert using this using this tutorial: How to install and auto update Let's encrypt wildcard certs on Synology NAS with cloudflare DNS API :: William's blog
Worked like a dream. However, I'm still struggling to get things working quite right with with Directory...
Today I tried to do a new setup of a domain on the active directory server package. I have had it running with a test domain without any issues, so I wanted to do it now with my actual domain.
I removed the test domain and entered my actual domain, it starts configuring the domain but...