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Associated article: Examining Microsoft's LDAP API

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Published source code accopanying the article by Sven Schreiber in which he examines the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, a TCP-based protocol that facilitates remote access to X.500-type directory services. Sven shows how you can use LDAP to access Microsoft's Exchange Server 5.x, then presents an LDAP DLL for programming an Exchange directory browser. Also see NTLDAP.ZIP.

					Examining Microsoft's LDAP API
by Sven B. Schreiber 


Listing One
typedef struct _LDAP_CONN
    {
    PLDAP        pl;
    DWORD        dPort;
    DWORD        dVersion;
    DWORD        dPage;
    DWORD        dTimeout;
    LDAP_TIMEVAL ltTimeout;
    TBYTE atUser [N_DN];
    }
    LDAP_CONN, *PLDAP_CONN, **PPLDAP_CONN;
#define LDAP_CONN_ ...							
										
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