nslookup > set q=srv > _ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.EXAMPLE.COM > exitWhere EXAMPLE.COM is the name of your domain. If you are on Linux you can use nslookup also but `dig -t SRV` is better.
Computer Tips - How can I find the IP-address of my Active Directory LDAP server?
Date: 2009jul15 Q. How can I find the IP-address of my Active Directory LDAP server? A. That info is stored in SRV records in DNS. So you, on Windows, you can use the nslookup command to query it: