Managing Identity Information Between LDAP Directories and Exchange Server 2003

LDAP Directories are commonplace today and can be found in many business environments. Unix applications in particular make wide use of the LDAP standard for directories. Along with this proliferation of LDAP directory structures comes a need to synchronize the information contained within them to an Exchange Server 2003 environment. The Enterprise version of MIIS 2003 contains MAs that support synchronization to LDAP directories. Consequently, a good understanding of LDAP concepts is required before synching between the environments.

Understanding LDAP from a Historical Perspective

To understand LDAP better, it is useful to consider the X.500 and Directory Access ...

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