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RE: subSchemaSubEntry support

Olivier MATROT writes:
> I'm new to OpenLDAP and this is not working for me...
> Here is the output I get :
> C:\Program Files\RTE\RTELDAP>ldapsearch -b cn=subschema -s base subschemasubentry
> entry is = [C:\Program Files\Sun\MPS\lib\sasl]
> Unable to dlopen C:\Program Files\Sun\MPS\lib\sasl: 126
> ldap_sasl_interactive_bind_s: No such attribute

Since you are not binding with a user and password, use the '-x' option,
which makes ldapsearch use Simple Bind instead of SASL bind.
If you do bind with a password, you need either SASL bind or TLS (the
-ZZ option) to protect the password from being sent unencrypted over the