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Re: how do YOU use LDAP?
>>In mid- to large- corporate settings, it is
>>always faster and more efficient (in my experience) to just set up your
>>own LDAP server and not tell anyone about it than it is to wait for the
>>I.T. department to help you -- because the I.T. department is always
>>overworked, understaffed, and not given any budget because they never
That I.T. department needed to discover the power of Open Source.
>>bring in any money.
>..and it is not hard ti migrate the stuff to the main server, once IT gets
>around to it. That's the beuty in my opinion.
Or don't. The LDAP model supports subordinate information via referrals,
and OpenLDAP supports them. One can spread a single Dit over multiple