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We would like to declare a new directory in our crowd 2.3.3 console.

The new ldap is a Red hat Directory Server version xxx

What would be the best connector to use in our case?

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Since Wikipedia says that the Red Hat Directory Server is a rebranded version of the 389 Directory Server, which was formerly Fedora Directory Server, I would try "FedoraDS (Read-Only Posix Schema)", but that's just a guess.

You could also try "OpenLDAP" or "Generic LDAP Directory". Ultimately, try it on a staging server, and see what works well enough for your purposes.

Thanks for your help, I will try those 3 Directories.

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