The Access Control List (ACL) Configuration page allows you to set up query filtering using access controls lists. Using Access Control Lists, you can return search results from Windows Shares data sources based on a user's group and individual READ permissions.
|ACL Filtering Will Filter Results From All Data Sources|
When Access Control List filtering is enabled, all data sources in the same collection will be filtered according to the user's permissions, even if those data sources do not contain any ACL information. This means that if a website was crawled without any permission information, and then ACL filtering is enabled, results from the crawled website will no longer appear in a user's result list. In order for the results to appear for users again, all data sources would need to be re-indexed with ACL permission information.
Enter the following parameters:
|ACL Authority URL||The LDAP address of the Windows Active Directory that stores the users' ACL permissions.|
|Windows Username||The Windows username for the Windows Active Directory.|
|Password||The password for the Windows Active Directory.|
|Enable ACL Filtering||Check this box to enable ACL filtering.|
|For information about how to set up LDAP on the LucidWorks Enterprise side for use with Active Directory, see LDAP Integration.|