Softerra LDAP AdministratorTM is an easy-to-use LDAP administration tool designed to work with almost any LDAP server including Active Directory, Novell Directory Services, Netscape/iPlanet, etc.
Softerra LDAP AdministratorTM significantly simplifies management of LDAP directories providing advanced directory search facilities, bulk update operations, group membership management facilities, etc. Customizable directory reports equip administrative personnel with information necessary for effective monitoring and audit. Directory data can be exported and imported in LDIF, CSV, DSML1, DSML2 and other formats. LDAP-SQL support allows managing LDAP entries using SQL-like syntax and performing LDAP operations that cannot be executed via standard LDAP means.
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Security and Authentication
Advanced Methods of LDAP Authentication
For security reasons, LDAP servers use various secure and non-secure authentication methods to grant access to the stored data. By supporting the most used authentication methods, LDAP Administrator ensures safe communication with any LDAP server.
Credentials Manager, a well-protected tool integrated in LDAP Administrator, allows you to store credentials used to access LDAP servers and easily use them in your daily work. This will release you from the necessity of entering the credentials over and over every time you need to bind to your LDAP servers.
Secure SSL Connection
In order to prevent eavesdropping, forgery, and digital tampering, LDAP Administrator lets you use encrypted SSL connection to secure your communications with servers. An established SSL connection remains encrypted for all its life-time.
Transport Layer Security
Using Transport Layer Security (TLS), LDAP Administrator allows you to encrypt communications between LDAP Administrator and LDAP server over a nonsecure connection. Enabling and disabling of the TLS encryption let you perform various encrypted operations during a conventional nonsecure LDAP session without having to encrypt the entire LDAP session.
SSL Certificate Manager
Windows stores SSL certificates, certificate revocation lists and certificate trust lists locally on your computer in a permanent storage called certificate store. LDAP Administrator delivers means to view and manage the certificates stored on your PC.