We are trying to deploy a login form using auth0-lock which supports email/password signup, “login with google”, and login with Active Directory. When we present the login form, we don’t know which of these options are appropriate for the user, so we want all 3.
We have had no problem configuring the client to support email/password and google login. The lock popup shows both these options and they both work.
We configured an Active Directory LDAP connection and tested that using the “try” button on the LDAP connection setup page. That gave us a lock popup showing out custom logo and color for our tenant, with the text “All Applications” instead of a client name. The message said "Please enter your corporate credentials at .com and gave boxes for “your username” and “your password”. Entering a valid Active Directory username and password there gave us a successful login.
We have enabled the Active Directory connection in our specific client, along with Google and email/password connections. However, our client Lock popup continues to show only google and email/password. There is no option to use Active Directory for our client.
What should a Lock popup look like in this case? Screenshot, please?
What can we be missing to turn on the Active Directory option?
Our client code is using the auth0 React source example and displays the V11 Lock popup when we call