The LdapClientUseTls property specifies whether TLS protection is enabled. Teradata strongly recommends TLS protection when you use simple binds, including service binds.
|yes||TLS protection is enabled|
|no (default)||TLS protection is not enabled|
Supported Mechanisms for LdapClientUseTLS
The LdapClientUseTls property is supported for mechanisms that can use simple binds.
|KRB5||May Be Edited|
- Set the LdapClientUseTls property to yes to protect passwords on systems that use simple binds, including service binds. For information on binding, see LDAP Binding Options.Teradata recommends that you set the LdapClientUseTls property to yes on systems that use simple binds, even if the LdapServerName property specifies SSL protection, to maintain protection in the event someone later modifies the LdapServerName property to contain an non-SSL URL.
- If you decide to use TLS protection, edit this property for all mechanisms that have the AuthorizationSupported property set to yes.
- Edit this property on the database and on Unity, if used. Also see Coordinating Mechanism Property Values for Unity.
For detailed procedures on configuring TLS options, see SSL/TLS Protection Options.