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LDAP: Administrative users

Introduction In an UnboundID LDAP directory server, the “Root DN” (root user) accounts have an extensive set of privileges in the default distribution of the server products; therefore the root DN account(s) should not be used in normal operation except … Continue reading

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LDAP: Defenses for the Directory Services Environment

The Need For Defenses Directory Servers, as with any service provider, can be neutralized and their ability to provide directory services as specified in their Service Level Agreements (SLAs) compromised by client applications that consume large amounts of server resources. … Continue reading

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