Definitions for "RDN"
Keywords:  distinguished, ava, uid, acme, granular
Relative Distinguished Name. A component of the distinguished name consisting of at least one attribute/value pair.
relative distinguished name. An RDN identifies an entry among the children of its parent entry. For example, 'uid=JohnDoe'. A multivalued RDN is made up of more than one attribute-value pair. In multivalued RDNs, the attribute-value pairs are separated by plus signs (+). For example, "uid=JohnDoe + [email protected]".
Relative Distinguished Name. The context, or path, from an object to another object of the Directory tree. Distinguished Name
Regional Distribution Network, a sort of organisation for a Metropolitan Area Network. See also RPAN.
Regional Data Network
Regional Distribution Networks. Warehousing and distribution to stores. See also Domestic Distribution Networks The RDN is a free Internet service dedicated to providing effective access to high quality Internet resources for the learning, teaching and research community. The service is primarily aimed at Internet users in further and higher education.
RDN is now known as Intute - a free online service providing you with access to the very best web resources for education and research. The service is created by a network of UK universities and partners.
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