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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- An extension of WekaIO's simple, intuitive management design that will enable customers to operate in the secure multi-tenant environments they need: Directory services integration with Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Active Directory; support for Access Control Lists (ACLs) with multi-protocol interoperability between SMB, NFS and POSIX; the ability to set User Quotas for multi-user environments; and the ability to create multiple file systems for multi-tenant isolation
For security, IQAVISION comes with in-built authentication that requires users to choose Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) passwords that are then encrypted.
Moreover, it comes with in-built authentication that requires users to choose strong Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) passwords that are then encrypted.
The solution also offers Lightweight Directory Access Protocol to give users access to directory services, which helps increase access to people and sites.
Identity management locks down application access by requiring users to authenticate through a secure resource such as lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) or active directory.
- LDAP Support: Release 2.4 has added support for the popular Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
The recently released RadiantOne 7.0 system builds on the lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP), which allows someone to access directory information over an IP network by implementing a highly available directory access protocol (HDAP).
It can also use data from an organisation's LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) directory for user names, permissions and other personnel information.
Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) or Network Information Service (NIS) security
"Most mass notification systems can interface with an active directory or LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) solution so you can manage single sign-on through your existing infrastructure.