OpenLDAP Server Administration Course Overview

The course on OpenLDAP Server Administration offers hands on training on OpenLDAP services to provide Centralized User Management across the enterprise. This course also teaches cross-platform integration of Open LDAP services to provide authentication for information services across the organization. After completing this course, students will be able to learn: Windows Domain Authentication and Linux clients and OpenLDAP Directory Server: Essential Configuration.

Who Should Do This Course?

  • Network Administrators
  • Server Administrators

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.

  • 1. Do you have limited Window for training?
  • 2. Can you only spend 4-hours per day?
  • 3. Do you want to start training immediately?
  • If your answer is yes to any one of the above, you need 1-on-1- Training
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4-Hour Sessions
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  • The course will be free if we are not able to start within 7 days of booking.
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Your will learn:

Module 1: Introduction to Directory Services
  • What is a Directory?
  • LDAP: Models, Schema, and Attributes
  • Object Classes
  • Directory Information Trees and Distinguished Names
  • Naming Suffixes
  • Planning the Directory Hierarchy
  • Installation OpenLDAP Directory Server
  • LDIF
  • Logging and Indexing
  • Configuring TLS Security
  • Using Access Control Lists
  • Slapadd
  • Searching the Directory
  • Updating the Directory
  • Graphical LDAP Client Utilities
  • Understanding Authentication and Authorization
  • Name Service Switch (NSS)
  • Advanced PAM Configuration
  • Central Account Management with LDAP
  • Migrate Existing Data into an LDAP Server
  • LDAP User Authentication
  • autofs with LDAP Integration
  • Introduction to Kerberos
  • Configuring the KDC and Clients
  • Configuring LDAP to Support Kerberos
  • Replication in LDAP
  • Master and Slave Configuration
  • Planning for Directory Server Availability
  • Windows Networking Overview
  • Configuring a Samba PDC Using LDAP
  • Active Directory Servers
  • Linux as a Client
  • Active Directory and Linux Clients
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Course Prerequisites
  • Should have RHCE certification or possess equivalent knowledge.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:-

  • Comprehend the Linux Clients and Active Directory
  • Comprehend the Windows Networking
  • Configure LDAP to Support Kerberos
  • Comprehend the Graphical LDAP Client efficacies
  • Configure a Samba PDC with the use of LDAP
  • Comprehend the Master and Slave Configuration
  • Update the Directory
  • Plan for Directory Server Availability
  • Configure the KDC and Clients
  • Search the Directory

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No, the published fee includes all applicable taxes.
The Fee includes:
  • Courseware
Yes, Koenig Solutions is a Open Source Learning Partner

LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is an internet protocol used to check data from a server. It is an open protocol which is also used to store as well as retrieve information from directory services, specifically X.500 based directory services. LDAP either runs on TCP/IP or other connection oriented transfer services.