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Adaxes service uses the LDAP protocol to communicate with Active Directory. Interaction between the Adaxes service and Active Directory is secured for security-sensitive operations only. For example, prior to change or reset a password for an AD user, an SSL connection is established and the data are sent via an encrypted channel.

Interaction between Adaxes clients and Adaxes services is always performed using an encrypted TCP channel.

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