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    LdapRecord-Laravel requires the following:

    Requirements
    PHP >= 7.2
    Laravel >= 5.6
    PHP LDAP extension enabled
    An LDAP server (Active Directory, OpenLDAP, FreeIPA etc.)

    Require LdapRecord-Laravel via composer:

    composer require directorytree/ldaprecord-laravel

    Then, publish the ldap.php configuration file via the artisan publish command:

    php artisan vendor:publish --provider="LdapRecord\Laravel\LdapServiceProvider"

    Inside the published config/ldap.php file, setup your LDAP connections, or paste the following in your .env file:

    Review the configuration documentation to see what each option is used for.

    LDAP_LOGGING=true
    LDAP_CONNECTION=default
    LDAP_HOST=127.0.0.1
    LDAP_USERNAME="cn=user,dc=local,dc=com"
    LDAP_PASSWORD=secret
    LDAP_PORT=389
    LDAP_BASE_DN="dc=local,dc=com"
    LDAP_TIMEOUT=5
    LDAP_SSL=false
    LDAP_TLS=false

    The default connection you specify is the LDAP connection that will be used for models you define that do not have a configured connection.

    If you're using multiple LDAP connections, you will have to manually create and assign unique .env variables for the above keys and then update the config/ldap.php with the new variables.

    For example:

    #...
    
    ALPHA_LDAP_HOST=192.160.0.1
    ALPHA_LDAP_USERNAME="cn=user,dc=alpha,dc=com"
    
    BRAVO_LDAP_HOST=192.170.0.1
    BRAVO_LDAP_USERNAME="cn=user,dc=bravo,dc=com"
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