--On Montag, 18. Februar 2002 09:19 +0000 Carsten Cramer=20
> Does anybody Know how to configure LDAP on a W2K Domain controller to
> make ldap binds through net::ldap possible?
You need to bind first before you can search AD, because by default=20
anonymous has no read permissions on the AD.
> I tried the 'searchldap' client from the iPlanet SDK as well, who runs in
> a verbose mode and returns error messages quit well.
Which error messages do you get?
> It seems to me that by default:
> - simple bind is not supported (even if the ldap call is from an domain
> integrated w2k-client. (kerberos authentication is wanted)
> - hosts, which are not w2k domain enabled, are refused
Simple bind is enabled by default. You neet the right DN though. Try=20
reading the namingContext attribute from the rootDSE (ldapsearch -h=20
ldap.example.com -s base -b "" objectclass=3D*). Your DN will probably be=20
something like "cn=3DCarsten Cramer, ou=3Dusers, dc=3Dlrz-muenchen, =
For further information on SASL/GSSAPI/Krb5 see=20
> I couldn'd find any detailed LDAP logging option on the w2k Server, which
> might be helpfull. Configuring LDAP on W2k is like fishing in muddy
There exists a knowlegdebase article which describes a registry setting to=20
enable ldap logging. This does not provide very detailed information=20
though. The best way to see what happens is to run NETMON on the W2k =
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