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Configuring Jenkins to use JumpCloud's LDAP-as-a-Service

See Using JumpCloud's LDAP-as-a-Service to obtain the JumpCloud specific settings required below.

  • Issues with intermittent failed synchronizations have been been found with Jenkins LDAP Plugin 1.15 and above.  We currently suggest using Jenkins LDAP Plugin 1.14 as of 05/25/2017.
  • Caching of the LDAP service must be turned on within Jenkins for proper functionality with JumpCloud's LDAP-as-a-Service.  Please refer here for configuration information.
  • Jenkins documentation can be found here. (This link is valid as of 7/10/2017. Provide feedback below if it is found broken.)

Jenkins LDAP Plugin

Server: ldaps://ldap.jumpcloud.com
Root DN: <blank>
(check the box for "Allow blank rootDN"

User Search Base: ou=Users,o=<org-id>,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
User Search Filter: uid={0}

Group Search Base: ou=Users,o=<org-id>,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
Group Search Filter: (&(objectClass=groupOfNames)(cn={0}))
Group Membership: select "Parse user attribute for list of groups"
Group membership attribute: memberOf

Manager DN: uid=<LDAP-binding-user>,ou=Users,o=<org-id>,dc=jumpcloud,dc=com
Manager Password: <password of the LDAP-binding-user account>

Display Name LDAP Attribute: cn
Email Address LDAP Attribute: mail

Last Updated: Oct 04, 2018 03:34PM MDT

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