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Understanding LDAP - Design and Implementation by IBM Redbooks, Chunhui Yang, Michael Storrs, Sunil Ranahandola, Nathan Owen, Richard Macbeth, Jay Leiserson, Ramakrishna Gorthi, Ami Ehlenberger, Steven Tuttle

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Access control
This chapter covers ITDS Access Control Lists (ACLs) and how to manage them. ACLs provide a means to protect information stored in a LDAP directory. Administrators use ACLs to restrict access to different portions of the directory, or specific directory entries. LDAP directory entries are related to each other by a hierarchical tree structure. Each directory entry (or object) contains the distinguished name of the object as well as a set of attributes and their corresponding values.
14.1 Overview
Since directories are used for storing ...

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