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How can I verify the version of LDAP running on windows 2003 server
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Set objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://RootDSE")

For Each strVersion In objRootDSE.Get("SupportedLDAPVersion")
  Wscript.Echo "LDAP Version: " & strVersion
Next
returns :

LDAP Version: 3

LDAP Version: 2

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Thats the same script I used but when I run it, it will say version 3 so I click ok then it says version 2 so Im not really sure what version Im running..
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no follow up on my question was given
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