Re: AD authentication question.
I will try to add some documentation soon.
For the root DN it is not for a specific users but the container for all users.
Example Root DN:
would work for an AD setup for mylocaldomain.local, as long as the users exist in CN=Users. Something like this is fairly common in AD standard setup but if you are using something like Small Business Server its much more complicated the way it ocnfigures AD and the root dn for users is harder to figure out.
The format will depend entirely on how your active directory is configured
Before changing to use ldap, you should be logged in as a Site Admin but your login name must also already exist in Active Directory, so the first thing you may need to do is change your user login name in mojoportal so it matches your domain login name, then you enter your user domain password to test the ldap connection to AD before the site will let you change to use ldap.
Hope it helps,