LDAP Search

The LDAP Search option is a feature rich LDAP Client that provides the ability to query, browse, update LDAP directories.  Details on using the interface can be found here. It includes the following features:

      • Over 280 predefined common queries. A list here
      • Supports browsing and editing of LDAP directories
      • A Windows GUI based client
      • Support for SSL based connection
      • The option to bypass native certificate validation process
      • Ability to troubleshoot LDAPS connections and display certificate used for the bind
      • Supports Connectionless LDAP queries
      • Support for Simple, Digest, Negotiate, and Anonymous authentication types
      • Support for quick access to common server side controls and custom server side controls
      • Transparent support for paged and ranged based queries
      • Display the attributes of selected Attributes
      • Support for conditional attributes
      • Output results as text or table format
      • Auto-complete of attributes and classes for ease of entry
      • Run update queries to modify attributes on single, or multiple objects
      • Support to move and delete objects
      • Support for over 40 different attribute decode types
      • Support for automatic and manual selection for attribute decodes
      • Attribute based dynamic decode and sort feature
      • Browse the 50 in-built attribute enumeration 
      • Query output to text and csv files
      • Copy and paste support, so results can be pasted directly into spreadsheets
      • Configuration of LDAP Session Options
      • Includes an LDAP Browser
      • Secondary display filters to enable client side filtering of results returned from server
      • The ability to display deleted and recycled objects in Active Directory
      • Show AD search statistics 
      • Inline shortcut substitution to simplify query creation
      • LDAP Filter Wizard to simplify complex queries generation
      • Input Mode to allow for user input based queries, including update queries
      • Ability to save queries as favorites so they can be reused
      • The ability to export and import saved queries for easy sharing
      • Context based variables to allow saved queries to run on different directories without modification
      • The ability to batch queries and feed the results into the next query
      • The ability to create custom context based menu items to call saved favorites
      • Ability to sort and filter returned results, similar to Excel column filters

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