Setting up LDAP access on HP Printer

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Active Directory
LDAP
Microsoft Windows
Networking
We have a HP printer/scanner (HP 4345mfp) that we want to setup for emailing scanned documents. Management wants to ensure only domain users with email addresses can do this. According to product documentation, I have to configure embedded ldap authentication. Apparently the printer has an Embedded Web Server (EWS). However, when I follow the documentation, using MS LDP tool, it fails when trying to query ldap(server). The message I get is this: ***Searching... ldap_search_s(ld, "DC=XYZ,DC=com", 2, "(&(objectclass=person)displayname=blow,j*))", NULL, 0, &msg) Error: Search: Filter Error. <87> Server error: Error<94>: ldap_parse_result failed: No result present in message Getting 0 entries: I connect to ldp as member of Domain Admins and Schema Admins, with the same result. TIA

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Is that the actual format of your display name–blow,j? Are all the display names in the same format? I’ve been poking away at an AD that has several different formats used for the display names, making them all the same format.

It definately looks like something wrong with the LDAP Search string.

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