Look at Wasabi for S3 compatible object storage. Significantly cheaper.
Yup, can't think of any reason to use S3 unless you are hosted on AWS and aren't using it for backup but for production storage. And even then, not the majority of the time. S3 is too expensive and doesn't really offer anything except locality that is of any specific value. B2 and Wasabi beat it a lot.
Sorry, I posted this as S3 but I should change it to Wasabi. It is the same Idea for both.
# General auth
# LDAP Host
# The base DN for users
#The full DN and password for binding
#A filter to use when searching for users
# Set the default 'email' attribute. Defaults to 'mail'
# Set the property to use for a user's display name. Defaults to 'cn'
# Enable LDAP group sync, Set to 'true' to enable.
# LDAP user attribute containing groups, Defaults to 'memberOf'.
# Remove users from roles that don't match LDAP groups.
# A full list of options can be found in the '.env.example.complete' file.
Make sure to have the local admin logged in and not logged out while you change and save the changes so then you can add yourself as admin tied to AD.
I just made the default role admin and then changed it after my initial logon lol