Directory Access Protocol


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Directory Access Protocol

X.500 protocol used for communication between a Directory User Agent and a Directory System Agent.
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The software is customizable for users of all kinds, with integrated add-ons like fast image and signature capture, advanced smart card and biometric program developments, and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol for Microsoft Active Directory.
0 also uses Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to facilitate user authentication and control access to specialized server and client-side business logic.
Lightweight directory access protocol for Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise and Oracle data access
Consolidating existing Fibre Channel and DNS mechanisms, iSNS can leverage standards-based, distributed directory databases, such as the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
This extends the functionality previously available through Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) management into the Windows Active Directory space, supporting commonly used password management frameworks.
Enhanced lightweight directory access protocol integration provides schools with central user authentication capabilities for simplified user account management and security.