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 2  If your LDAP server doesn't support <a href="">anonymous binding</a>
 3  (IOW, if your LDAP server doesn't even allow a query without authentication),
 4  then Hudson would have to first authenticate itself against the LDAP server,
 5  and Hudson does that by sending "manager" DN and password.
 7  <p>
 8  A DN typically looks like <tt>CN=MyUser,CN=Users,DC=mydomain,DC=com</tt>
 9  although the exact sequence of tokens depends on the LDAP server configuration.
10  It can be any valid DN as long as LDAP allows this user to query data.
12  <p>
13  This configuration is also useful when you are connecting to Active Directory
14  from a Unix machine, as AD doesn't allow anonymous bind by default. But
15  if you can't figure this out, you can also change AD setting to allow
16  anonymous bind. See <a href="">this document</a> for how to.