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Understanding LDAP (part 2)
By icarus

Backtrack
In the first part of this article, I took you on a tour of the theory behind LDAP, the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. That article was intended to familiarize you with how LDAP works, and give you the theoretical backing necessary to create, manipulate and search an LDAP directory.

With all the theory out of the way, it's time to actually do something with all that information. In this second part, I will be focusing exclusively on practical realities, demonstrating how to configure and use an LDAP directory with the OpenLDAP software suite. Keep reading!


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