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How to Identify LDAP naming contexts using ldapsearch

Using ldapsearch from the command line, it is possible to find all of the naming contexts of the directory server (lowest level distinguished names like o=tech-recipes).


The simplest version of this command (running ldapsearch locally on the LDAP server itself):

ldapsearch -s base -b "" objectclass=top

The resulting text will display the naming contexts, one per line, prefixed by namingcontext:

If you are running ldapsearch on a remote system, you can specify the directory server host (say, dir-serv) by adding

-h dir-serv

before the objectclass=top argument.

Quinn McHenry
Quinn McHenry
Quinn was one of the original co-founders of Tech-Recipes. He is currently crafting iOS applications as a senior developer at Small Planet Digital in Brooklyn, New York.
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