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Re: ldap proxy to AD returns no results - take#2
"Lank, Tim" <email@example.com> writes:
> Thanks again Pierangelo.
> So what you are saying if I'm not mistaken is that the examples on
> pages 210-213 (most specifically p. 212) of Gerald Carter's O'reilly
> book on LDAP System Administration should not actually work and that
> is how back-ldap is designed?
I just grabbed this book, the examples in question refer to a simple
bind to AD , back-ldap takes this credentials to bind to the remote
(ldapsearch -H ldap://ad.plainjoe.org -x \
-D "firstname.lastname@example.org" -w proxy-secret)
So this is a correct example.
But I must admit, the first few lines on page 211, referring to
binddn, are wrong.
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