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Chapter 26

Chapter 26

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Published by: ak.microsoft20056613 on Nov 26, 2008
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Chapter_26Light Weight Directory AccessProtocol (LDAP)
LDAP is a client server system. The LDAPserver can store a database, which will contain awide variety of informations such as theusername, addresses, hostnames, e-mailaddresses, phone numbers etc of anorganization. The LDAP clients can retrieve theseinformation from the LDAP server whenever necessary.The LDAP server database is generallyconsidered as a directory service. A directory is aspecialized database, which is optimized for reading, browsing and searching. The directoryentries arranged in a hierarchical tree likestructure
Each directory entry will have a set of attributes, which will be helpful to define that entry.LDAP allows you to determine which attributes arerequired and allowed for an entry through the use of aspecial attribute called objectClass. The values of theobjectClass attribute determine the schema rules theentry must obey.
LDAP Directory Tree

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