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How to tell if your domain has been configured for LDAPS.

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How can I tell if the domain I am administering is configured for LDAP over SSL?
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Question by:hendrickstech
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You can use LDP and try to connect over port 636, walk through of that in the blog below

http://www.expta.com/2009/11/how-to-test-ldap-over-ssl-connections.html

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Mike
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