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LDAP SSL Windows 2003 in 2000 Naitive mode

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Hello I have windows 2003 domain and want to test my LDAP how can i tell if my ldap is working on ssl i want to use a cisco ASA 5520 to authenticate against my AD
but i need to make sure my LDAP  is using SSL can someone help me look in the right direction??
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by default its all unsecured - have a check through this
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321051
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