Ldap and Active Directory
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Here is the steps I followed for creating an Active Directory test environment on my Windows 10 machine.
Enable Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services
In the "Programs and Features" control panel, click the "Turn Windows features on or off" and enable the AD LDS feature:
Launch the wizard
It is located in the app menu, under Windows Administrative Tools:
In the wizard, I chose to create a single instance, named TestAD1, with the default LDAP ports 389 and 636 (for SSL connection).
Then I chose to create an Active Directory Partition and named it "CN=MyTestPartition1,DC=local,DC=example,DC=com":
And I left the wizard default values untouched, in the remaining screens.
Browse the AD with ADSI Edit
Launch ADSI Edit and choose Action / Connect to...
Add nodes with ADSI Edit
Right click on a node and choose New / Object:
Connecting Apache Directory Studio to this AD instance
Make sure to select the JNDI provider: