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I have openldap working on Linux (Red Hat 6.x)

Now that I have created a DB and can perform ldapadd and ldapsearch, is there a remote client on Windows that can support Openldap

Is there one for Linux as well (supports searches on other machines)

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For Windows: ldap admin (free) http://www.ldapadmin.org/ or Softerra LDAP Browser (free) or Administrator (free for 30 days): http://www.ldapadministrator.com/download.htm

For Linux: JXplorer (java based): http://jxplorer.org/

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