Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu May 11 13:54:29 GMT 2006
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Jim McDonough wrote:
> Phew, it's been a while, but I think we did, after fiddling around with
> the security settings. CLDAP is inherently anonymous, so you can't
> authenticate. It's just a matter of what is allowed anonymously. I don't
> recall if it was just a matter of setting ACLS on an RDN or if we had to
> do something with security policies or registry.
You can create the cldap calls from win32 really easily.
There's a cldap_open() Win32 api call that returns an LDAP*
which can be used with ldap_search_s(). That how I toyed
with the rootDSE stuff.
My goal was to get the currentTime attribute via CLDAP and avoid
the TCP session in ads_connect(). One of the guys at work mentioned
that the udp ldap pings would take arbitrary search filters.
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