Ldap, AD speed scanner

Posted on 2011-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hey everyone,

Im trying to add another speed scanner to our network, and really not sure how ldap/ad needs to be put in here to make it work. N1800

like this: cn=users, dc=server, dc=local

if i use that i still get a LDAP error not connected.

i cant just copy the settings off the old since it was burnt up, in a bad power accident.

server name is Server.local
clinets under GRPusers
domain name is domainGRP

Thanks for the help
Question by:Mutogi
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    by:Mike Kline
    Is this a setting in the speed scanner software,  does it need the full DN of the device?  Just trying to figure out what it is looking for.


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    Its I think looking for full dn to ad....

    It was simole last time but cant remeber what it was
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    Author Closing Comment

    need to have the network cable plugged in to unit for uit to work.

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    Author Comment

    need to have the network cable plugged in to unit for unit to work.

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