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Separate LDAPs for Users information and Authentication

Update:11-30Source: network consolidation
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Does anyone know how to point the Directory Provider and Authentication provider to different LDAPs? This is very easy to do with Policy Server by configuring the login-config.xml file to use the com.adobe.edc.server.provider.authentication.login.LDAPLoginModule class and specifying the LDAP connection properties. However, I have yet to find a way to do it with Workflow. I tried doing it exactly the same way as policy server, but that does not work.
Has anyone done this before, or know how to do it without writing code? I don't want to have to write my own LDAP authentication provider if one already exists (which it does for Policy Server).

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Hello Linda,
This is possible. You can have project online and Project Pro for office 365 on two different tenant. Once you install Project Professional, you need to configure the account in project professional to connect to your project online tenant. Below article
contains the steps connect to project server from Project Professional. In step 4 user have to enter the URL of Project online tenant and when they try to connect they need enter their Project Online credentials. Everything should work as expected.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-in/project-help/connect-log-on-to-project-server-HA010373238.aspx
In fact once you install the Project professional for office 365, you can connect to any PWA instance to which you have access to (on-premise and online).
Hope this helps!
Kiran K.