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LDAP Directories Explained: An Introduction…

LDAP Directories Explained: An Introduction and Analysis

by Brian Arkills

Other authors: Tim Howes (Foreword)

Series: Independent Technology Guides

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"[I]t doesn't really go into enough practical detail, and some important topics aren't covered in great enough depth. ... [M]ore practical examples might have helped get across some of the more difficult concepts in the book. ... 6/10"
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