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If any of your directories become slow or unresponsive, LDAP Proxy can seamlessly switch users to other directories for fault-tolerant computing.
LDAP Proxy can help balance the loads between back-end directories for more efficient and agile delivery of directory services. LDAP Proxy can increase your overall directory security by acting as a directory firewall using network restriction policies.
With LDAP Proxy, you can hide directory containers or block certain attributes and object classes for additional directory security.
Because LDAP Proxy allows access to the latest directory data regardless of the distributed nature of a directory infrastructure, your applications need not change when your directory infrastructure changes.