Directory Server Scanner

Directory Server Scanner

Target Platform: Windows, Linux, NetWare



This is the perl script to scan the machines remotely to determine the type of Directory server running. You can run this script on any platform including Windows, Linux or NetWare. It can quickly scan one machine or range of machines to detect Directory type.



Current version supports following popular directory servers.




  • Novell eDirectory

  • Microsoft Active Directory

  • Open LDAP Directory

  • Sun One Directory

  • Netscape Directory

  • Oracle Directory

  • IBM Lotus Domnio



Requirement:



It requires LDAP Perl module which can be obtained from http://ldap.perl.org.



How to Use:



Perl DirServerScanner.pl [-d] { host | host-range }



Options:



-d Do not use ping scan to check if the host is alive


For single host:


Perl DirServerScanner.pl -d ldap.myhost.edu

Perl DirServerScanner.pl 192.168.0.100


For range of hosts:



Perl DirServerScanner.pl 192.168.0.1-100
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New GUI version of Directory scanner is available now.



You can download same from author's website
http://securityxploded.com/directory-scanner.php

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