Feature Requests

September 13th, 2012 No comments

I’m trying something new here with feature requests.  Currently users have been asking for things on the forums, email, comments etc – and that just is not a manageable solution.  I have setup a site on Uservoice – http://wpmuldap.uservoice.com/ This will allow users to add their ideas, and then other users can vote on them.  Please ONLY use this for feature request!  Support questions should be directed to the wordpress forums http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/wpmuldap

This should help consolidate features/ideas, and help the user community decide what is most important!

WPMU Ldap User Feedback: http://wpmuldap.uservoice.com/

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WPMU Ldap 4.0.1 Released

September 13th, 2012 No comments

Just a few minor changes in this release:

  • Fixed admin bar to remove default add users page and use the plugins page
  • Fixed deprected function calls

WPMU Ldap Authentication Plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wpmuldap/

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WPMU Ldap 4.0 Released

August 22nd, 2012 1 comment

It’s been a while, and this is long over due.  There are a number of changes with the 4.0 release of the plugin.

  • The SourceForge WPMU Ldap project and code base will no longer be updated.  This website will still exist, but the primary hosting for the plugin has been moved to WordPress (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wpmuldap/)
  • Since WPMU and WP merged code bases, things have come a long way.  Starting with version 4.0, the plugin should now be installed in the standard “plugin” folder and activated “Network Wide” and requires WordPress 3.2+.  This will allow for much easier installations and also notifications of upgrades.

Now, for those of you that are running this plugin currently – don’t worry, the migration is fairly simple.

  1. Make sure you have a network admin enabled non-ldap account setup and available in the blog
  2. Remove the current plugin from mu-plugins (all configuration options will stay in the WP database)
  3. Install version 4.x of the plugin into the standard plugins folder
  4. Network Activate the plugin
  5. Thats it! The plugin should now be re-activated with all of your previous settings.

So, go get it – try it out, and let me know if there are any issues!

WPMU Ldap Authentication Plugin: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wpmuldap/

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Call for Issues

August 21st, 2011 8 comments

I plan to put some time into working on some of the outstanding issues over the next week or two. However, I have received issues via just about every method of communication out there.  To make sure nothing is getting missed, if you are aware of an active issue that is NOT posted here – please either post it on the SourceForge tracker or reply back with a comment.

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WPMU Ldap 3.1.1 Released

March 23rd, 2011 6 comments

I have fixed a few of the minor bugs that have popped up.  See the changelog for details.  I have also correctly bumped the revision number in the scripts (sorry about that).

As a reminder, the plugin should be installed in the “mu-plugins” folder.  This folder does not exist by default in 3.x – but you can create it (wp-content/mu-plugins).  See the documentation for more info.

The plugin can be download from the Sourceforge project page.  As always, I hope you enjoy it and please report any problems or suggestions you might have!

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WPMU Ldap 3.1 Released

February 24th, 2011 12 comments

With the release of wordpress 3.1, some of the core functions the plugins used had to be modified.  Because of this, the 3.1 release of the plugin is *only* available with WordPress 3.1 and newer.  If you are still using WordPress 3.0.x, this plugin is not for you.

The main change in this release is the ability for pages to show on the network admin page, instead of the site admin page.

The plugin can be download from the Sourceforge project page.  As always, I hope you enjoy it and please report any problems or suggestions you might have!

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WordPress 3.1 Compatibility

January 14th, 2011 2 comments

Just a quick update, I have been testing the plugin with 3.1 and will have a release out very soon.  Watch the blog for updates!

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WPMU Ldap 3.0 Released!

June 22nd, 2010 27 comments

After much work and preparation, the 3.0 plugin is ready to go.  Most of the kinks should be worked out of it, but if you notice anything please let me know!  Just like the previous versions, the plugin must be installed in the “mu-plugins” folder.  The only difference with WP 3.0, is that the folder does not exist by default.  You will need to create the “mu-plugins” folder under “wp-content”.  Drop the files in there and you should be good to go!

The plugin also now supports basic group authentication for both allow and deny groups.  Thanks to the help of Ken Newquist, we were able to test this extensively across both Active Directory and OpenLDAP platforms.  Example configurations are available on the Documentation page.

Other fixes and changes included in this release:

  • Basic deny/allow group logic
  • Changed bulk add logic to not automatically create blogs if the option is enabled – wordpress does not support this functionality
  • Fixed issues with connection check not working when plugin is not enabled
  • Fixed typo in default ldaps port in the documentation
  • Fixed issue where local users would still attempt to authenticate against ldap
  • Added better error checking on failure when adding users from the add user menu

The plugin can be download from the Sourceforge project page.  As always, I hope you enjoy it and please report any problems or suggestions you might have!

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New Blog Address

June 2nd, 2010 No comments

In an effort to simplify my own setup, the blog address has been changed to http://wpmuldap.tuxdocs.net.  The old address will redirect traffic so any existing links out there should be fine.

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Group Support Available in SVN Trunk (WordPress 3.0 Only)

February 19th, 2010 36 comments

For those of you testing on the 3.0 trunk, I have added basic allow and deny group support for overall blog access.  There is logic in there to handle nested groups as well.  However, I only have the ability to test this against an Active Directory server – so if any of you are connecting to openldap, opendirectory or something else and are willing to test, let me know how it works (or how it doesn’t)!

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