Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, or LDAP for short, is a tool to distribute "directory information" across a network of computers. Directory information can be anything from user names, computer names, passwords, phone numbers, network shares, or printers. If you are a Windows user, you may be familiar with the University's Active Directory system. Active Directory is actually Microsoft's custom implementation of LDAP.
March 2012 Archives
Our first blog posts will be dedicated to describing CLA-OIT's Unix environment - for those of you who need a refresher, or those who did not receive a proper orientation to begin with.
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