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Connecting to Novell eDirectory or Oracle Directory Server
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To retrieve information from the directory, User Service needs the distinguished name, root context, and password for a user account with administrative privileges.
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Enter the IPv4 address or hostname of the directory server.
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Enter the Port number that User Service will use to communicate with the directory. The default is 389.
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Enter the Root Context that User Service should use when searching for user information. For example, o=domain.com.
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Provide a Password for the administrator account entered above.
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Click Test Connection to verify that User Service can connect to the directory server using the information provided.
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Click Advanced Directory Settings, and then go to Advanced directory settings.

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