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Using LDAP for Directory Integration.

Author/Creator:
Redbooks, IBM.
Publication:
Durham : I B M, 2004.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (150 pages)
Subjects:
Linux.
WebSphere.
Telecommunication -- Message processing.
Electronic mail systems.
Electronic data interchange.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Front cover
Contents
Notices
Trademarks
Preface
The team that wrote this redbook
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Comments welcome
Summary of changes
February 2004, Second Edition
Chapter 1. Introduction to Directory Integration
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Directories
1.3 Advantages of using a directory
1.4 Directory Components
1.5 IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator
1.5.1 Directory Integrator software components
1.5.2 Solution building approach
1.6 IBM Tivoli Directory Server
1.7 IBM Lotus Domino 6.5
1.8 Microsoft Active Directory
1.8.1 Naming contexts
1.8.2 Logical elements
1.8.3 Physical elements: sites and domain controllers
1.8.4 Architecture
1.8.5 The role of DNS
1.8.6 Special roles
Chapter 2. Scenario 1: Domino and Active Directory
2.1 Scenario 1
2.2 Synchronizing Active Directory and Domino Directory using ADSync
2.3 Installing the ADSync tool
2.4 Enabling Domino Directory synchronization
2.5 Registering users of Active Directory
2.5.1 Registering existing Active Directory users in Domino
2.5.2 Registering new users in both Active Directory and Domino
2.6 Registering users using the Domino Administrator client
2.7 Deleting users
2.7.1 Deleting users with Active Directory
2.7.2 Deleting users with the Domino Administrator client
2.8 Data synchronization using Directory Integrator
Chapter 3. Scenario 2: Directory Server and Active Directory
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Scenario 2
3.2.1 The Test Environment
3.2.2 The testing procedure
3.3 Installation and configuration of Directory Integrator
3.3.1 Installation of Directory Integrator
3.3.2 Configuration of Directory Integrator
Chapter 4. Scenario 3: Directory Server and Domino
4.1 Scenario 3A
4.1.1 Prerequisites
4.1.2 Importing data using Directory Integrator.
4.1.3 Importing data into Directory Server
4.2 Scenario 3B
4.2.1 Importing data into the Domino Directory
4.2.2 Synchronization between Directory Server and Domino Directory
4.3 Scenario 3C
4.3.1 LDAP Domino Upgrade Service
4.3.2 Migrating entries from LDAP Directory into a Domino Directory
Chapter 5. Scenario 4: Integrating data from three different sources
5.1 Scenario 4
5.2 Building the Assembly Line
5.2.1 The File System Connector
5.2.2 The Lookup Connectors
5.2.3 The AddOnly connector
5.2.4 The Update connector
5.3 The result
Appendix A. Configurations
Directory Server
Operating System
Directory Server setup
IBM Lotus Domino Server
Operating System
IBM Lotus Domino 6.5 setup
Microsoft Active Directory
Operating System
Microsoft Active Directory setup
Appendix B. LDAP standards
LDAP standards
Abbreviations and acronyms
Related publications
IBM Redbooks
Other publications
Online resources
How to get IBM Redbooks
Help from IBM
Index
Back cover.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Redbooks, IBM Using LDAP for Directory Integration
ISBN:
9780738498980
OCLC:
939263493
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