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LDAP Tools Discussed on Ask Slashdot

The latest Ask Slashdot discusses tools for managing LDAP, also known as the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. LDAP is the basis for many authentication services in the iPlanet, Novell, and Microsoft Active Directory realms.

Several posts suggest using a Java-based tool called LDAP Browser/Editor by Jarek Gawor. Looks like it's worth downloading and trying out, if you manage a directory.


There is a new (free) Windows based LDAP editor called LDAPManager
@ http://www.ldapmanager.org
it's allot better that Jarak Gawor's original editor and its free; BUT it only runs on M$ Windows

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