JXplorer is a cross-platform LDAP browser and editor.
To use the JXplorer server, install the JXplorer Server from here. To install and use the JXplorer server, ensure that you have the JRE version already installed.
JXplorer handles all the basic ldap operations required to browse and modify an ldap directory. In addition it is highly configurable - the user can customise it in a number of ways, ranging from simple configuration of html viewing templates through to creating plug in java code.
1. Installation of JXplorer
After launching the .exe file, the following window will open and click on Next.
You can read the License Agreement and accept the agreement and click on Next.
Select the Installation Directory and click on Next.
Now the JXplorer is ready to install on your computer, click on Next.
You can wait while the setup is being installed.
Click on Finish once the software has been installed.
2. Setting Up JXplorer
On opening the JXplorer server, the following window will appear.
To connect to the Active Directory, click on File -> Connect.
Enter the Host name, Base DN and the level of security that you want to bind to. After filling the details click on OK to connect to the Active Directory.
After connecting to the Active Directory, the entire information of the AD will be shown as below.
You can update the users details and click on Submit.
3. Adding a New Entry
Select the search base, right click and then select New.
Add the details of the entry and click on Ok.
You can also update the details and click on Submit.
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