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I'm using phpLDAPadmin currently, but I'm wondering if there is any native utility do the similar thing?

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Is this just a product recommendation request? – Nathan Basanese Aug 12 '15 at 23:34
up vote 19 down vote accepted

Apache Directory Studio is is an excellent LDAP/LDIF browser and editor. It is under active development and is extensible.

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I agree. It's the most complete and reliable I've ever tried. – David Costa May 25 '11 at 12:02
Thanks @Terry Gardner, i never saw this one before. We'll check it out. – Rich Homolka May 25 '11 at 17:13

It hasn't been updated in several centuries, but we still use LBE, LDAP Browser/Editor. It's Java based, and we use on both Linux and Windows (from the same install base actually) so I don't know if you consider that 'native'.

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Also works on a Mac. – geoffc Dec 23 '10 at 23:52
I struggle to get this working with TLS, but for all purposes, LBE is my LDAP goto tool. – Mogget Mar 21 at 18:15

I have always used below LDAP browsers.

JExplor Very handy & good when you want to manage cn=config database format.

phpLDAPadmin Web based LDAP browser - add, edit, delete or view records. Written in PHP - mature and actively developed. GNU license. Very powerful.

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jxplorer is the shittiest LDAP browser ever. Highly NOT recommended. The UI is unusable, the error messages are cryptic and not helpful at all. – sickill Dec 5 '13 at 14:23

One can also try to use Luma

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