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nope. why would you want to do that?? you can extend AD with AD schemas and you could arbitrarily add information in which you could refer to other groups, but it'd be your call to use that information.
My company use DAS (Active Directory) as repository for all the users accounts. I´m the manager for some applications. The ADS contains a lot information, but not all I need. And I access it with ldapsearch command, but can´t modify it (or I can modify a few objects only).
So what I try is to extend the LDAP with another LDAP (if possible, Openldap). Ex: I´want to create groups in my ldap (OpenLdap) with users of DAS.
What I try is to inquire OpenLDAP. If information is stored there (openldap), it directly returns me the information. If information is stored in ADS, it inquires the ADS and returns me with the information.
I´m trying with referral, but not sure if it´s possible.
Also, i´d like to use the login/password of the DAS to connect to OpenLap (suppose it´s possible with kerberos. isn´t it?).