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LDAP Implementation Cookbook by Permana Widhiasta, Harri Stranden, Michel Melot, Heinz Johner

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3.7. Define the Migration Model

Having done all the planning and design work to introduce LDAP as a new directory service, one more important task has to follow. Remember that the job of designing an LDAP directory very likely started with an analysis of currently available data and the various locations and services where directory data might be stored and serviced from. For example, there might be several LAN-based directories installed and operational already in your organization, such as IBM Warp Server domains, Microsoft Windows NT/95 domains, Novell NetWare domains, or other databases with directory-type information.

In most cases, introducing LDAP will not be an introduction of a new service from scratch, but some kind of a migration ...

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