[Melbourne-pm] Net::LDAP Help

GODDEN, Dwayne d.godden at ioof.com.au
Tue Aug 16 16:47:43 PDT 2005

    I'm looking for some help with LDAP moving users is AD.
we have DN's with the cn have a ","
ie (CN=PARKER\, Nick,OU=IOOF Users,DC=ioof,DC=com,DC=au|CN=PARKER,
Even with the "\," I still get this error. 
unable to move, errorcode #64 at AD_Robot.pl line 303, <DATA> line 283.
If I rename the user with no "," it works fine but I can not do this for
all out users.
Can someone please HELP......
Here is a snip of code that is doing the move.
$result = $ldap->moddn($dn,
                newrdn => $cn,
                deleteoldrdn => '1',
                newsuperior => $branch
die "unable to move, errorcode #".$result->code() if $result->code(  );
Dwayne Godden
Infrastructure Services Group
IOOF Investment Management
ABN 53 006 695 021
AFS Licence No. 230 524
d.godden at ioof.com.au <mailto:d.godden at ioof.com.au> 
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