One of the primary difficulties in directory integration is password synchronization. Most directories don't store clear passwords but rather a hash, or mathematical representation of a password that you can't easily trace back to the original password. Furthermore, a password is one of the rare attributes in a directory that is read-only, at least by general applications. Passwords are read-only because the only service that can actually read a password is the security service. Why is this point important?
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