canonical name

"An object's distinguished name presented with the root first and without the (LDAP) attribute tags (such as CN=, DC=). The segments of the name are delimited with forward slashes (/). For example, CN=MyDocuments,OU=MyOU,DC=Microsoft,DC=Com is presented as microsoft.com/MyOU/MyDocuments in canonical form."
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