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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LDAP Server Support
LDAP Administrator provides full support of LDAPv2 and LDAPv3 protocols and allows working with OpenLDAP, Netscape/iPlanet, Novell eDirectory, Oracle Internet Directory, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Active Directory, CA Directory, Siemens DirX, and any other LDAP server.
Access Multiple LDAP Servers
LDAP Administrator allows you to work with several servers at once and to easily copy data between them. Moreover, to facilitate working with numerous servers, you can organize them into groups, just as you use folders to organize files on your file system.
When browsing a directory, LDAP Administrator allows you to set various LDAP filters to display only the entries that match specific criteria. This can be extremely useful in the case of containers holding large numbers of entries.
Custom Base DN
LDAP Aministrator allows you to define the entry to start directory browsing from. This provides you with quick access to directory branches you often use.
VLV and Simple Paging Support
LDAP Administrator provides a better view of the large number of entries by making use of the specifically designed Virtual List View (VLV) and Simple Paged Result controls. This allows you to retrieve entries in a shorter time without having to wait for thousands of entries to be fetched.
Using the Filter Bar, you can instantly find particular child entries or attributes of an LDAP entry. Type characters contained in the name or value of an attribute or in the name of child entry, and you will get a list of matched objects.
Object Class-Specific Icons
LDAP Administrator can display object class-specific icons for most popular LDAP object classes. This allows you to quickly find out the type of a certain entry. It is especially useful when working with containers that contain a lot of LDAP entries of different types.
Custom Columns in List View
List View allows displaying LDAP attribute values along with the default LDAP entry information, like name and size. You can add extra columns for the attributes you want to view.
Displayed Attributes Customization
LDAP Administrator can be configured to display operational attributes that are not shown by default. Also LDAP Administrator provides functionality for you to set which attributes you want visible.
HTML View greatly simplifies viewing LDAP entries as object information is represented in a user friendly manner. Based on the object type, HTML View represents its information in the most convenient way bringing the most important and needed information to the fore and hiding less important data.
HTML View Customization
One of the main advantages of HTML View is the possibility to customize the way the information is represented. For example, if you don't want some attributes to be displayed for objects of a specific type, you can remove these attributes from the corresponding HTML page template. Also, you can move the attributes you often use to the top of the page, so that these attributes could be accessed easily.
LDAP Referrals Support
LDAP Administrator fully supports LDAP referrals and provides several modes of their handling.
LDAP objects that you have browsed, get saved in the navigation history. So, assisted by the navigation toolbar, you can move consecutively forward or backward from one entry you've just seen to another.
Find Entry by DN
If you have found an attribute containing the DN of an entry and would like to promptly switch to this entry, LDAP Administrator lets you do this with a couple of mouse clicks. Just launch the Find DN command from the attribute's context menu and you will immediately jump to this entry.
Read-Only Server Profile
To prevent directory data from being accidentally modified or deleted, you can set read-only property for server profile.