Active Directory (AD) Plugin: secure AD integration Bee Bot July 13, 2022 10:27 Updated The content of this article has moved to the new documentation site. Related articles How to install a new SSL certificate on Traditional Platforms? How to diagnose AD integration problems? Jenkins LDAP Configuration Troubleshooting How to filter users which belong to a specific group on Active Directory? Navigation in Jenkins fails with 'No valid crumb was included in request' errors Comments 1 comment Sort by Date Votes Lokesh Kamalay February 27, 2019 21:47 Some improvements to consider here:1. Enabling Cache: This will help to store the user details for some time resulting in quick authentication and login.2. You may also change the "Group Membership Lookup Strategy" to Token-Groups user attribute (based on your strategy)3. Check-in "Use Jenkins Internal Database" and provide a user (Mostly admin). This user is able to access the Jenkins when Domain Controller is not responding. Migrating from Local to AD: If you want to use Existing "Role-based matrix authorization strategy" while switching from Local to AD, you must have the same user id otherwise Jenkins doesn't authorize you. To fix this, you may need to edit the nectar file by adding your ID that matches with your AD.nectar file location: $JENKINS-OC_HOME/nectar-rbac.xml (a restart is needed) 1 Please sign in to leave a comment.