Try checking the certificate from your LDAP server to the one you have on your wampserver.
If you have the
openssl utility installed, you can run this command against your LDAP server (if your HTTPS works fine, then you don’t need to check that).
openssl s_client -showcerts -connect <yourserver>:<port>
Eg. if your LDAP server is located at
ldap.finlaydag33k.nl on port
868 (which I doubt cus that’s my domain ), then you’d have to enter:
openssl s_client -showcerts -connect ldap.finlaydag33k.nl:868
This produces a rather massive output but fret not, you pretty much only one thing you need to be interested in for now.
Somewhere in the middle of the output, you should see a line that says either:
Verification error: unable to verify the first certificate
If you get the first one, then we can rule out that the certificate is invalid (and we can continue the search).
If you get the second one, then the certificate on the LDAP is invalid.
One small sidenote: this command can actually be run against anything that uses SSL/TLS, not just webservers or LDAP servers (so keep it somewhere in your arsenal, you never know when it’ll come in handy again).