Clicking Advanced domain settings expands the display to show the following options. Use these settings to customize how FileXpress Gateway manages user authentication to this LDAP server. For additional information, see LDAP Server Advanced Domain Settings.
Note: Advanced domain settings apply to password authentication only; X.509 certificate authentication always requires user mapping that specifies both a domain and username.
If you have multiple LDAP servers configured, you can use this option to map the value in Domain name to these servers. This can improve performance, because FileXpress authenticates first against the servers you specify here.
Remove user domain
When set to Yes, any domain name the user enters at login is removed before FileXpress Gateway authenticates the user to this LDAP server. For example, if a user enters acme\joe, the domain name acme is removed. If no Default user domain is specified, only the user ID joe is sent to the server for authentication.
Default user domain
Specifies a default domain name to include when FileXpress authenticates users to this LDAP server. For example, if you specify domain1 and a user logs in as user_name, the user is authenticated as domain1\user_name. This can be used in combination with Remove user domain to replace any domain name that the user includes with the value you specify here.