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Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a protocol that is used to access and maintain distributed directory information. LDAP allows for the sharing of information about users (including passwords), systems, networks and applicatons.

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Authors:
DiSabatino, Jennifer
Source:
Computerworld. 2/11/2002, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p40. 1p. 1 Diagram.
Document Type:
Article
Subjects:
COMPUTER network protocols
DIRECTORY services (Computer network technology)
Abstract:
Explains the Internet-based directory structure Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). Objective of the LDAP; Applications of the LDAP; Limitation of LDAP.
Lexile:
1290
Full Text Word Count:
970
ISSN:
0010-4841
Accession Number:
6340735
Reference Type:
Journal Article
Author:
Wu, Zhi Yuan
Title:
Design and Implementation of Unified Identity Authentication System Based on LDAP in Digital Campus
Year:
2014
Journal:
Advanced Materials Research
Volume:
912-914
Pages:
1213-1217

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