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Windows Client for connecting to Solaris One Directory Server

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I am configuring a Sun Directory Server on Solaris 9.  Is there a windows admin client that I can run on my XP box and talk to the directory server on the Sun box ?

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if Sun does not support a windows client you either have to use the ConsoleManager on Sun directly, or you have to install an X-Server on your windows and start the program on Sun with display to your windows.
If you just need an LDAP client try http://www-unix.mcs.anl.gov/~gawor/ldap/
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Thanks that was just what I needed.
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