The following page provides information on the LDAP/AD Protocol.
LDAP is a directory service protocol that manages users, groups, passwords, systems and other assets. Popular implementations of LDAP directory services include OpenLDAP, Microsoft Active Directory, and Novell eDirectory.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol / Active Directory
- TCP 389 - TLS or unencrypted port used to connect to LDAP servers.
- TCP 636 - SSL port used to connect to LDAP servers.
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