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What is LDAP?

LDAP means Light-Weight Directory Access Protocol. It determines how an object in an Active directory should be named. LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a propos (MORE)

What does LDAP do?

LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a simplified version of the DAP (Directory Access Protocol) protocol, which is used to gain access to X.500 directories. X.500 (MORE)
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Why LDAP is called lightweight?

the ldap is independent of other process & it self as a thread and not use OS memory so its called lightweight

What is the purpose of the LDAP protocol?

A directory is often described as a database, but it is a specialized database that has characteristics that set it apart from general-purpose relational databases. One specia (MORE)

What is the difference between NIS and LDAP?

NIS (Network Information Service) provides a few information about the  users of an UNIX system like uid, gid and so on. The structure of the  NIS database is flat and doe (MORE)
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What is the function of an LDAP query?

A LDAP query is a configurable search used to gather information from your directory server. It can be used to test whether certain data exists on the server.
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What is the function of a LDAP port?

An LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) port is simply an application for distributing, accessing, and maintaining information through an IP (Internet Protocol).
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