Securing LDAP session communication

There are three ways to enable LDAP secure sessions for queries to the AD server. You can use LDAP signing and sealing, which encrypts traffic (sealing) and protects the integrity (signing) of session traffic between the storage virtual machine (SVM) LDAP client and the LDAP server. Alternatively, you can use START TLS (LDAP over TLS) or LDAPS (LDAP over SSL) to encrypt all session traffic.