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WPMU Ldap 2.7.1 Released

The latest version of the WPMU Ldap plugin is now available for download.  This version contains quite a few added features, revamped administration pages along with the much requested attribute configuration!  The full list of changes are:

  • Ability for site admins to bulk add users – also configurable for blog admins to bulk add
  • Revamped administration pages
  • Added simple connection test option
  • Added new error check to report unique message back on creation failure if there is an email address conflict
  • Remove stale css entries
  • LDAP TLS Support
  • Ability for site admins to convert ldap users to local users and vice versa
  • Added ldap attribute mapping via configuration pages
  • Added config option to set the default display name format

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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  1. April 20th, 2009 at 08:33 | #1

    Great work on this release. I’m glad to see my patch made it in. 🙂 Keep it up!

  2. monpelaud
    April 30th, 2009 at 00:40 | #2


    I have an issue with wpmu-lap 2.7 and 2.7.1 with wordpress mu 2.7.1.
    When I connect with the admin account its blog role is automatically tipped over in subscriber.
    With this role the admin account generates errors.

    Best Regards

  3. Roberto Vargas
    April 30th, 2009 at 17:30 | #3

    I cannot install this plugin. I tried to copy the ldap directory in the wp-plugins and the plugins direcotores, but it doesnt appear in the plugins tab in wordpress.
    Plugins are enabled, and I am using wpmu 2.7.1.


  4. May 1st, 2009 at 20:11 | #4
  5. May 1st, 2009 at 22:54 | #5

    I have not been able to reproduce this. Can you give me some more
    information? Does it do it only for the “admin” account? or for any ldap
    or local account that is set as a site admin? Or is it only individual
    blog admin accounts, and not the site admin?

  6. monpelaud
    May 2nd, 2009 at 12:02 | #6

    It’s does it for all accounts that are set as site admin and Administrator role.
    Normaly accounts are not affect by this issue.
    Users with Administrator role are not affect if they are not site admin.
    For example, if I connect with the ‘Admin’ account I see with phpMyAdmin that the attribute ‘wp_usermeta.wp_1_capabilities’ has been modified to ‘a:1:{s:10:”subscriber”;b:1;}’ just after login.
    If I update this attribut to ‘a:1:{s:13:”administrator”;b:1;}’it’s works fine until I logout.
    On the next login the attribut ‘wp_usermeta.wp_1_capabilities’ will be again modified to ‘a:1:{s:10:”subscriber”;b:1;}’.
    If I disable wpmu-ldap plugin it’s works fine.

  7. monpelaud
    May 2nd, 2009 at 13:53 | #7

    If I disable all plugins except wpmu-ldap the issue is always here.

  8. May 3rd, 2009 at 00:29 | #8

    Do your apache logs have anything that might help diagnose? I have setup a fresh wpmu 2.7.1 install – and tested various combinations, but I have not yet been able to reproduce the problem as you have described.

    Is the blog role only changing for blog #1? Or is it for whichever blog the login takes place on?

    There are some new wpmu options to set a default blog and role for users that are created. My current theory is that may be interfering, however I confused since i’m having problems replicating it.

  9. May 3rd, 2009 at 02:01 | #9

    I may have nailed the problem – try the latest SVN trunk. You will need to manually remove any subscriber entries from the usermeta table for blog 1 that are invalid.

  10. monpelaud
    May 3rd, 2009 at 07:44 | #10

    “ldap_auth.php” version: works fine.
    The issue is fixed. Good job!
    Thank for your help and for your efficiency.
    Wpmu-ldap is a very good and very useful plugin.

    Bests regards

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