I’m not sure I understand your reply. Just to be on the safe side, I’ll clarify a bit.
The message “Authenticated as VDP@meet.mydomain.org” appears ONLY when I try to connect from the Jitsi Desktop application DIRECTLY to Prosody (jitsi-meet is out of the equation here). I could have used any other jabber client for that matter. I just posted that log to demonstrate that a jabber client CAN connect to Prosody with the ldap2 module. No issues there.
This log is in contrast with the other log where I am using Firefox or Chrome as a client connecting to Jitsi-Meet. That’s when there is NO way to get an LDAP-authenticated user because the jitsi-meet web UI doesn’t even give me the chance to post/send a username/password. So in the first log regarding jitsi-meet alone, there is no “Authenticated as VDP@meet.mydomain.org”.
So that’s the whole deal. How come jitsi-meet’s web interface loaded in Firefox does NOT ask the user for his/her credentials when authentication = ldap2 whereas any jabber client connecting to the same prosody service can properly authenticate via LDAP usiong the same ldap2 module?
BTW, I don’t know what you mean by “incognito window”.
[EDIT] I guess incognito window is the same as “private browsing” in Firefox. I tried that already, but had the same results.