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Re: Fast Bind

<quote who="Pierangelo Masarati">
> Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
>> "Fast Bind" to me refers to an extended operation supported by Active
>> Directory.
>> http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Aa367028.aspx
>> "Concurrent bind, also known as fast bind, enables an application to
>> determine if multiple users have valid IDs and passwords and if their
>> accounts are enabled. By using concurrent binding, the application can
>> request multiple bind operations by way of a single LDAP connection.
>> Unlike a normal LDAP bind, a concurrent bind does not determine a user
>> group association or build a security token; it only determines if the
>> user has a valid ID and password. This enables the concurrent bind to
>> complete in a fraction of the time of a normal bind."
> Yes: yet another limitation of AD sold as an exiting feature, but
> nothing more than the old simple bind.  So let's keep using the right
> name.

Good. I'll forget I ever heard/read it. ;-)