90.3 Trusted Root Certificates and LDAP Authentication

LDAP authentication, relies on the presence of a trusted root certificate (often named rootcert.der) located on your LDAP server. For more information, see Section 15.3.4, Providing LDAP Authentication for GroupWise Users.

A trusted root certificate is automatically created for a server when you install an LDAP directory such as NetIQ eDirectory or Microsoft Active Directory on that server.