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need a linux virtualized ldap server

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I need to be able to setup a Linux system that uses an ldap server as well as automounts / home

I really DO NOT want to create a windows system or create a Linux ldap server for this "test"  

Is there a place I can download a configured ldap server that I can use to test my automounter ?  

I am using redhat / centos 6.5
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I cannot imagine that anyone would be able in the present day to provide a fully build and configured ldap server which somehow works within your network if this is what you implied. (Perhaps someone can proof me wrong, but I did have a quick peek to backup my response)
What you could try however is using an online ldap server for testing.
I found the below information which might provide you with a workable solution.

http://www.forumsys.com/tutorials/integration-how-to/ldap/online-ldap-test-server/

Alternatively you can download something such as OpenLDAP, which will require minimal configuration after downloading the iso and deploying it if the advertisement around it is correct.

http://www.turnkeylinux.org/openldap
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Quickest way would be to install a LDAP virtual appliance, for example:

http://www.turnkeylinux.org/openldap
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great job

I ran the iso on a virtual system and all is good
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