In which of these would you be most likely to work with Common Names and Organizational Units?
E) My common name is “Hey, You.”
The answer: A) LDAP
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol is used to query an X.500 directory, which holds information about devices and users. This database commonly contains fields such as Common Name, Organization Unit, and Domain Component.
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Today’s networks use complex protocols to resolve IP addresses, maintain user databases, transfer files, and manage infrastructure devices. In this video, you’ll learn about DHCP, DNS, LDAP and X.500, SNMP, SMB, SSH, and SFTP.