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Directory Scanner Enumeration

Directory Scanner is the free Directory Server fingerprinting tool. It can help you to remotely detect the type of Directory servers running on the local network as well as Internet.


In addition to this, it can greatly help administrators to remotely keep tab on Directory Servers running in their network. At a time you can use it to scan single or multiple systems in the network.


It can detect following popular Directory Servers:

Novell eDirectory;

Microsoft Active Directory;

Open LDAP Directory;

Sun One Directory;

Netscape Directory;

IBM Lotus Domino;

Oracle Directory;

OpenDS Directory.


Download HERE (Windows)

Let’s get started!


First thing first, we run a quick initial nmap scan to see which ports are open and which services are running on those ports.

Other good commands:


Enumeration:


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