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LDAP Settings

I'm not sure if this question pertains to Active Directory Domain Controllers or  Exchange but....
I am trying to configure a Xerox WorkCentre Pro 35 to scan to email.  When the user tries to enter a recipients last name in the To: slot, it will not resolve the name.  This was functioning prior to our migration to Exchange 2003.  I called the Xerox technicians and they told me this has to do with my LDAP settings....So this is my question.
What is LDAP?
How do I configure it on my server?
Which server does this get configured on...Domain Controller or Exchange server?
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LDAP is on your domain controller. Nothing to configure as it is at the heart of active directory.
It is the standard settings for LDAP, so the port is 389.

However anonymous LDAP is disabled by default on Windows 2003, and I don't know if the device supports authenticated LDAP lookup.

SiarraAuthor Commented:
I'm pretty sure the device does support authenticated LDAP since it requires you to type in your domain username and password prior to sending anything.
But if not, how do you enable anonymous LDAP on Windows 2003?
And where do I find the LDAP path to my domain or Global Address List?
This article will help with anonymous LDAP.

As for the LDAP lookup, just point it at your global catalog domain controller, there shouldn't be anything else to do.


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