There's less pointy-clicky stuff going for OpenLDAP. You will need to read
more. Chances are, however, that you'll actually understand what you're
doing (a knowledge of the underlying concepts helps - like people designing
a database after having read a book on the relational model, and then
implementing it in postgres, as opposed to someone starting to create
forms in access, and then ending up with something that's impossible to
maintain or retrieve information from sensibly).
We're using Novell's eDirectory, btw, which isn't quite as pointy-clicky
as MS AD, but has much going for it. It runs on Linux and varied Unices
to begin with ;}
Plus it has built-in replication (with OpenLDAP you'll use
slurpd ... never tried it, can't say anything about its
Last edited by Tinkster; 10-30-2007 at 01:17 PM.