I use OpenLDAP, what is my BaseDN and AdminDN?
You should be able to obtain your AdminDN and BaseDN from your slapd.conf, this is often located in /usr/local/etc/openldap/ or /etc/openldap. On Mac OS X, this is called slapd_macosxserver.conf
Open the file in your favourite text editor and look for the suffix and rootdn.
If you are running Windows and do not have access to a Mac OS X or Linux installation to use ldapsearch, please contact PaperCut Technical Support who has a Windows binary available for your use. You will need to reference “Internal Ticket: 3675”
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