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Getting Started with LDAP Single Sign On

Get Connected can be integrated with LDAP. There is a cost that may be incurred by the client to setup this integration. Please reach out to to inquire about this integration and the costs involved. If you are unfamiliar with Single Sign On or LDAP please contact your network administrator for more information on how this may apply to your platform.

The following steps outline what needs to be completed by both Galaxy Digital and your IT staff in order to setup a Single Sign On Integration with LDAP.

Step 1.

Galaxy Digital will create a CSR so the client can purchase and send to us an SSL certificate. If a custom domain is being used, that must be setup before an SSL can be generated and will result in additional charges. Galaxy Digital can also create the certificate for you for no charge, but it will not be verified against your domain.

Step 2.

The client sends us their LDAP server IP address and their connection string (sometimes called DN information). If possible, the client should also provide a set of test credentials.

Step 3.

Once we receive the SSL certificate, we add the load balancer and install the client’s SSL certificate for their selected domain. This step can be skipped if the client is not using a vanity domain.

Step 4.

Now that SSL is installed and we have their address and string, we install LDAP on our side.

Step 5.

The client will add the following IP addresses to their firewall to allow communication from our servers:

  • App01:
  • App02:
  • App03:
  • App04:
  • App05:

Step 6.

Test the connection.


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