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message ID in ldap queries
Just from looking at ldap queries on the network, I
noticed that the message id is located in a different
place for queries from ldapsearch, than from queries
done by Windows. For ldapsearch, the message id is the
5th byte of the ldap message (according to Windows
Network Monitor). For Windows ldap queries, the
message id is the 10th byte (also according to
NetMon). Does anyone know why this is? Both are using
version 3 LDAP.
Also, does anyone know why ldapsearch queries all
begin with the bytes "303F"? What do these bytes mean?
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