Dump Password Information Connections#
LDAP DNS Name#Enter the LDAP Host DNS name or IP Address.
LDAP Port#Usually port 389 is used unless you are using SSL, then you would probably use 636. If you have issues connecting, contact the LDAP Administrator.
Connect As#Enter the fully distinguished name of a user with rights to read the Universal Password.
Connect Password#Enter the password for the "Connect As" Entry as provided above.
Save Password#Checking the checkbox will save the password in "CLEAR-TEXT" to the properties file on your hard drive.
BaseDN for users#Enter the BaseDN where the users of interest are located within the LDAP DIT. The Dump Password Information Tool will always search from there and below. (SubTree)
Size Limit#Enter the Limit for the number of users you will be evaluating. We provided this value for issues in really large trees of over 100,000 users. Most people can leave the value at the default.
Time Limit#The Time Limit is the amount of Time the Application will wait for the following operations:
- To bind to the LDAP directory
- For the Search for User Entries to return
TLS or SSL#You will need to use either TLS or SSL for your LDAP connection.
Use KeyStore Path#The Dump Password Information Tool uses a Fake Trust Manager for establishing TLS or SSL LDAP connections. Usage of the Fake Trust Manager can be used securely on internal networks unless you think someone is masquerading as you LDAP server. We can not recommend using this tool across the Internet, period.
Keystore Path#Enter the complete path to the Java Keystore you wish to use.
Information Button#Will launch a browser and bring you to the help pages.
Save Button#When this button is selected, the current values on ALL the tabs will be saved. When you load the "The Dump Password Information Tool" next time, the values will be restored.
More Information#There might be more information for this subject on one of the following:
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