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Attribute type not found.

Object class not found.

The server could be down or unreachable.

The value of DN is missing or invalid.
&Empty Entry
&Name of New Module ("cn" Value)
&Value of "%1" Attribute
&Values of "%1" Attribute
<p>Browse the LDAP tree in the left part of the dialog.</p>
<p>Here, set the values of attributes belonging
to an object using the current template. Such values are used as defaults when
the new object is created.</p>
<p>If the attribute can have more values, add new entries
with <b>Add Value</b>. Sometimes the button contains the list of
possible values to use for the current attribute.
If the value of the edited attribute should be a distinguished name (DN),
it is possible to choose it from the LDAP tree using <b>Browse</b>.
<p>Once the LDAP object is selected in the tree, the table shows the object data. Use <b>Edit</b> to change the value of the selected attribute. Use <b>Save</b> to save your changes to LDAP.</p>
<p>Set the new value for the current attribute.</p>
<p>The description of attribute "%1":<br></p>
<p>You can use special syntax to create attribute
values from existing ones. The expression <i>%attr_name</i> will be replaced
with the value of attribute "attr_name" (for example, use "/home/%uid"
as a value of "homeDirectory").</p>
A direct parent for DN '%1'
does not exist in the LDAP directory.
The object with the selected DN cannot be created.
A possible reason for the failed connection may be that your client is
configured for TLS/SSL but the server does not support it.

Retry connection without TLS/SSL?
A problem occurred while connecting to the LDAP server.
A problem occurred while reading data from the LDAP server.