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So the short answer is no, this is not negotiating SASL GSS-API Privacy and quite frankly I haven't explored this route any further (with exception to playing with LdapConnection). The following psuedo-code establishes a TLS connection with the LDAP server, however (port number and bind credentials required): var bindPath = "LDAP://dc.example.com:636"; ...


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Use nmap with the -p option to have it "ping" the specific port you'd like to test. You can cron this, or script it in any number of ways. The nice thing about this is you can test the TCP connectivity without creating logs on the server or take it a step further and get the version information from the server which will confirm that the server itself is ...


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With OAuth (including OAuth2 or OpenID for that matter) you would still have a local user entity. Where you store information about this user is up to you. In the case of your example, you would create a user table in your database, just as you normally would. What is different is that you do not store authentication information (such as passwords1) in your ...



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