Can you deploy OpenLDAP™ without needing a domain? The short answer is yes. OpenLDAP, unlike Microsoft® Active Directory®, does not work on the domain concept. Generally, OpenLDAP takes a more “stateless” approach to authentication and is generally much more transactional. Why OpenLDAP doesn’t need a domain Domainless OpenLDAP makes senseRead More →

Updated on April 5, 2021 Do I really need a domain controller (DC)? It all depends on your definition of one. The Microsoft® The definition of a domain controller is a server that allows a user to authenticate to a “domain”, which is a collection of bundled computing devices andRead More →