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I'd recommend getting them to use two different URLs. Mixing integrated and explicit on the same LDSD application has caused me too many problems in the past and isn't recommended by LANDesk. You used to be able to specific login policy of All, but if you search around in this community you'll find issues with this and I'm pretty sure advice from LANDesk staff not to do this.
As an alternative you could take a look here
As this sets out another approach by using WebDesk.. Let the AD login fail and then redirect to another.
Thanks for you response, I think our LDSD should improve to that level so that user can use 1 url.
It will become an issue if we have email reminder that contain approver link. Which link we must attach to the email?
I think the article link that Dave gave you should provide your answer:
You direct users to the integrated URL and then if they click on the link but can't be autheticated then they will automatically redirect to an explicit login URL.
Thanks for your info, I have read the document.
1 question for you, I am not using "single sign on" but it just LDAP login that means all users AD and Non AD have to key in their user and password to the login page.
Is that possible?
No I'm afraid that this would not work with LDAP, sorry for mis-understanding you. If it were single sign on then yes you could use with method. A logon policy of All doesn't work with Web Access and is not recommended for use with Console.
My only thought is that you can publish content which can be shown on the login page by publishing a dashboard to the anonymous user. This is one way which you could make the URL available for non-AD users that they can click on to be directed to the site they need to access.
Hi Karen , i have the same issue as denny , ideally i'd like to user ldap and explicit ,
have you got any more information on this
"My only thought is that you can publish content which can be shown on the login page by publishing a dashboard to the anonymous user. This is one way which you could make the URL available for non-AD users that they can click on to be directed to the site they need to access."