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Big Book of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) RFCs (Big Books)
by Pete Loshin
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0124558437, Paperback)LDAP is the protocol at the heart of universally interoperable directory services applications. All major directory services products-including Novell's market-leading NDS and Microsoft's soon-to-be-released Active Directory-support LDAP, as does almost every important application for locating individuals and communicating across the Internet and other networks. Analysts predict that the network directory market will emerge as one of the most important areas in the next few years, and they agree that LDAP will play a central role in all directory solutions. This volume collects the RFCs that describe formal definitions for LDAP or document its interactions with other protocols, as well as informational documents that explain how LDAP operates.
* You may be able to read these specifications online, but if you want to read them while away from your computer, you must print them out; to share them with a coworker, you must print them out; to take notes, you must print them out
* Rather than wading through countless RFCs, readers will quickly and easily access just what they're looking for, in a single book with an extensive index; This book presents a comprehensive collection of topic-specific documentation, providing all of the relevant RFCs, and eliminating the irrelevant
* The author's introduction and glossary ensures that all terms are defined and that context is provided to the reader
* This material that has never before been collected and indexed; A high-quality index means that readers no longer have to search through dozens of documents to find answers - all answers are included in a single book, and you can easily access just what you're looking for in the extensive index
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