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LDAP Integration

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LDAP stands for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol used for accessing and maintaining distributed directory information services over an Internet Protocol network. LDAP is used for accessing a directory which can consist of a set of objects, users, groups, login, passwords, permissions etc. Its practical use is more in terms of authentication and access control mechanism. LDAP also provides add, delete, search, and modify operations. LDAP is not considered as a standard relational database.


For SAST Versions 9.0 and above, refer to Settings Tab - LDAP Server Settings (v2.0 and up).