NTLM is the authentication protocol used on systems running on the Windows operating system and stand-alone systems.
NTLM credentials are based on the data obtained during the interactive logon process and consist of a domain name, a username, and a one-way hash of the user’s passwords. NTLM uses an encrypted challenge/response protocol to authenticate a user without sending the user password over the wire. Instead, the system requesting authentication must perform a calculation that proves it has access to the secure NTLM credentials.
The LDAP plugin supports NTLM authentication. To configure the NTLM authentication, check the check-box shown in the image.
Multiple Active Directory/LDAP Server support (Coming soon)
The LDAP Multiple Active Directory/LDAP Server plugin allows authentication of users present in Multiple Active Directory/LDAP Server. This functionality helps to authenticate users present in Multiple Active Directories/LDAP Server.