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Just activate "Always display local login form" and deactivate all other check boxes.

This should leave you with a name/password entry. If you entered your LDAP settings correctly, askbot will validate all logins against your LDAP.

There will be no register button, because askbot is using LDAP and therefore cannot create users in your LDAP.

Just activate "Always display local login form" and deactivate all other check boxes.

This should leave you with a name/password entry. If you entered your LDAP settings correctly, askbot will validate all logins against your LDAP.

There will be no register button, because askbot is using LDAP read only and therefore cannot create users in your LDAP.