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Re: (ITS#8767) Binddn issue with a comma in the DN

clement.oudot@savoirfairelinux.com wrote:
> I confirm there is no bug, but the escaping is a little weird, as we need two \\ to escape the , character.

IMHO it's not weird because for escaping the comma in DN string
representation you need the first back-slash which you have to escape
once more for config syntax.

Ciao, Michael.