LDAP: Using ldapsearch


ldapsearch is a command-line tool distributed with most directory server software used to search for entries in a directory information tree (DIT) and possibly return specified attributes from the entry. ldapsearch can also return just the distinguished name (DN) of the entry with no attributes, or the names of attributes with no values.

See the full article at Mastering ldapsearch.

About Terry Gardner

Terry Gardner was a leading directory services architect with experience with many large scale directory services installations and messaging server installations, and was a Subject Matter Expert in the field of Directory Services and Solaris (operating system) performance. Mr. Gardner also participated in the open-source software community. Mr. Gardner passed away in December, 2013.
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