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Using Transport Layer Security (TLS) with Active Directory authentication

TLS is a cryptographic protocol which provides security between applications over a network.

For Active Directory authentication, the SMU supports up to TLS 1.2. It negotiates with the domain controller to use the highest version of TLS which is common to both.

The SMU requires domain controllers to respond on port 389. It is not possible to configure the SMU to use any other port.