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ldap_connect() = 81 only when run as service

ldap_connect() = 81 only when run as service

ldap_connect() = 81 only when run as service

(OP)
We have a program created with cpp and using the standard
windows ldap libraries.

The program runs ok when running as a desktop application
connecting to port 386 or 636 (secure) - 3268 and 3269.

The program runs ok when running as an agent application
connecting with the port 386
but cannot connect with the port 636 or 3268

All the certificates and permissiones for the computer and user are configured in the LDAP because it connects in desktop application mode.

We configured Log on as a service, with a user for the domain and added permissions in LDAP,
but CANNOT CONNECT WHEN RUN AS A SERVICE and using SSL

Any help will be appreciated
Thanks


 

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