We need to change our LDAP connection to LDAPS but we received the following error. simple bind failed: dc.domain.local With a 3rd party LDAP Browser it is working from this machine.

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asked 28.01 at 11:06

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Maybe you need to put the certiface in the JVM trustore of ivy.

(28.01 at 12:01) Alex Suter ♦♦ Alex%20Suter's gravatar image

Where i can put the certificate to the truststore? You have some tips for this? Thanks for your help.

(29.01 at 03:09) sys-adm sys-adm's gravatar image

Thanks for your answer. We have tried and they ask us for a password. Is this a default password or was this set on the setup?

(29.01 at 07:15) sys-adm sys-adm's gravatar image

who has asked you for a password??

(29.01 at 08:02) Alex Suter ♦♦ Alex%20Suter's gravatar image

Ok it was the java default password for the truststore. We have now imported our root and intermediate certificate from the internal ca. But it is not working. Same error message.

(29.01 at 08:03) sys-adm sys-adm's gravatar image

it was just a guess. you don't have a stacktrace somewhere?

(29.01 at 08:03) Alex Suter ♦♦ Alex%20Suter's gravatar image

Ok we have now found the issue. Our domaincontroller had 2 certificates. One from the old CA that no longer exist and the new one. After we have cleaned the server certificate on our domiancontroller it is working.

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Problem is solved. Thanks to Alex for your great help.

We have imported the root and intermediate certificate to the java truststore from our IVY setup.

jre\bin\keytool -import -alias test -file <path to the certificate> -keystore jre\lib\security\cacerts

Some pitfalls was that our domaincontroller had multiple certificates. Between the changes was a reboot helpful.


answered 29.01 at 09:20

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alright! thank you very much for this answer here!

(29.01 at 09:36) Alex Suter ♦♦ Alex%20Suter's gravatar image
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