How to Bundle Active Directory Application Mode


Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) is a new mode of the Active Directory® directory service that is designed to meet the needs of the following: Line-of-business applications that require a dedicated Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) data store, E-commerce applications that require simple LDAP authentication support, and enterprise environments that require an application directory that is separate from their network operating system (NOS) infrastructure directory.

Application developers whose directory-enabled applications require a dedicated LDAP data store now have the option of bundling ADAM with their custom applications. In addition, application developers have the option of including the installation of ADAM as a part of the installation process of their custom applications. This document describes how to distribute ADAM with a custom application by bundling ADAM Setup within the setup program of a custom application.

System Requirements:

  • Windows Server 2003

  • Microsoft Word or Word Viewer

    Download: How to Bundle Active Directory Application Mode with Your Directory-enabled Application

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