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How does IIS request information from LDAP?
When an user login an SSO (Single Sign on) application, IIS sends a request to LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) for user information for authentication. LDAP and IIS communicate ( IIS sends a request to LDAP in order to get some user information). Windows IIS Manager couldn't locate any connection between IIS and LDAP.
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