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Identity Broker as an LDAP proxy?

Daniel Walters 2 years ago • updated by anonymous 2 years ago 1

From reading the documentation, I think this will be possible but I'd like to know if Identity Broker could act as an LDAP proxy, connecting to an LDAP directory and then exposing the data via LDAP. The reason for this is that the source system has unescaped trailing spaces in DNs and One Identity can't handle this (it ignores the entries entirely). So is this possible? And would IdB be able to handle and trim the unescaped trailing spaces in the Distinguished Names?

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Yes Identity Broker is able to expose its data via LDAP. However, there is no out-of-the-box LDAP connector, so connectivity to your directory would need to be developed in either PowerShell or .NET.

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Yes Identity Broker is able to expose its data via LDAP. However, there is no out-of-the-box LDAP connector, so connectivity to your directory would need to be developed in either PowerShell or .NET.