Enterprise, LDAP, and Drupal's Group Module

We are excited to share details about our recent integration with the Group module.

By default, Group module stores group memberships in the Drupal database. For a recent project, our Client required that group memberships are canonically stored in their existing LDAP directory. That way, memberships may be re-used to control access to 3rd party applications like real-time chat, file sharing, etc.

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