In this post, we will see how to configure OpenLDAP server with ADSelfService Plus for password synchronization. The LDAP Server is meant for frequent queries and infrequent updates. The authentication for LDAP server must be secured as it can be used for a plethora of purposes. It can be used as a storage for DNS, centralized authentication account (POSIX account), shared calendar, shared address book, and more.
The following section will take you through the steps to configure OpenLDAP server with ADSelfService Plus, for password synchronization.
Note: The username and password must belong to the administrator account of the server in which OpenLDAP is installed.
Read more about the password synchronization feature of ADSelfService Plus, here.
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